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    Kejriwal emphasizes importance of harmony, good education, healthcare, and uninterrupted electricity in becoming a ‘vishwaguru’ in New Delhi.

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    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stated that for India to become a global leader, people need to live in harmony and have access to good education, healthcare, and uninterrupted power supply. He expressed his greetings to the people of Delhi and the country on Independence Day and paid tribute to freedom fighters, soldiers, and achievers in various fields.

    Kejriwal mentioned the recent flooding in Delhi and how the city government and people together faced the natural disaster with assistance from the central government. He also expressed sadness about the ongoing conflicts in Manipur and Haryana, emphasizing that for India to become a global leader, unity is essential.

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    He highlighted that the Delhi government provided admission and counseling to 150 students from Manipur affected by violence. Kejriwal also addressed power cuts in other parts of the country, stating that India cannot become a global leader if such long outages persist. He attributed power cuts to mismanagement and lack of vision, contrasting it with Delhi’s 24×7 power supply.

    Kejriwal lamented the poor condition of government schools in the country and emphasized that quality education for every child is crucial for India to become a global leader. He proposed an expenditure of Rs 6 lakh crore over five years to improve government schools and Rs 1.20 lakh crore per year for the 17 crore children in the country.

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    The Chief Minister discussed criticism he receives for providing various facilities free of cost. He presented the choice between providing free electricity or loan waivers to multi-millionaires, stating that access to good education can uplift the poor and make India prosperous.

    Kejriwal stressed the importance of good healthcare for India’s progress and mentioned the need for Rs 10,000 crore to open one lakh mohalla clinics across the country. He estimated an expenditure of Rs 2 lakh crore for providing free healthcare to all citizens.

    Regarding the recent law on administrative services in Delhi, Kejriwal mentioned the loss of democratic rights for the people of Delhi. He assured them that he would fight to regain their rights and continue providing good education and healthcare facilities, even if the process slows down.

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