Hindustan Times (Gurgaon) - - Metro -

NEWDELHI:The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Tues­day al­leged se­lec­tive crit­i­cism of its gov­ern­ment in Delhi over rise in pol­lu­tion lev­els when the prob­lem was even worse in neigh­bour­ing towns — Ghazi­abad Noida and Gur­gaon.

AAP spokesper­son Sau­rabh Bharad­waj said the air qual­ity in­dex (AQI) of the three satel­lite towns was worse than Delhi but no one cor­nered BJP gov­ern­ments, which rule these states, but held Arvind Ke­jri­wal-led Delhi gov­ern­ment ac­count­able for the bad air qual­ity.

“All power for @LtGovDelhi, all ac­count­abil­ity for @Arvin­dKe­jri­wal. And No ques­tions for @myo­gia­dityanath,” AAP spokesper­son Sau­rabh Bharad­waj tweeted along with a box on AQI in Delhi, Ghazi­abad, Noida and Gur­gaon.

“When it comes to power, ev­ery­thing is con­trolled by the lieu­tenant gov­er­nor. But when any prob­lem arises, Arvind Ke­jri­wal gov­ern­ment is blamed,” he said.

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