The BJP on Monday described the AAP government's doorstep delivery scheme of 40 public services for the people living in the national capital as a tout beneficiary programme and alleged that its helpline number was non-functional.
He said that the Municipal Corporations of Delhi (North, South, and East) are already providing many such services free of cost.
"This scheme will only benefit the touts," he alleged.
Tiwari, who represents the northeast constituency of Delhi in the Lok Sabha, also did a reality check of 1076, the number released by the Kejriwal government.
"I am doing the reality check of the helpline number provided by the AAP government. Despite trying to connect four, five times, the call is getting disconnected," he said.
The BJP leader also slammed Kejriwal over the death of five men after inhaling toxic fumes while cleaning a sewer in west Delhi's Moti Nagar area on Sunday and said that he failed to fulfill his promise of providing the right equipment.
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