Kejriwal dismayed at Khattar ‘no response’

first_imgAfter challenging his Haryana counterpart to conduct surprise inspections at Mohalla clinics in the national capital in a recent letter, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal sent another letter to Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar on Monday expressing dismay at not getting any response to his earlier communique. In the beginning of the month, Mr. Kejriwal had written to Mr. Khattar expressing his wish to inspect some State-run dispensaries in Haryana on November 12. Further, he had also invited Mr. Khattar to visit ‘mohalla clinics’, which have been set up by the AAP dispensation, to check the “ground reality” of the health institutions of Delhi.After his letter on November 2, Mr. Kejriwal said in a tweet to Mr. Khattar on November 9 that he was yet to receive a reply, reminding him of the earlier communication by sharing the letter with the tweet. In the tweet, Mr. Kejriwal asked Mr. Khattar when he would be coming to Delhi to see mohalla clinics and whether he could go to Haryana on Nov. 12. “I had written a letter to you on November 2, but received no reply. I felt a little bad about this. No matter how many political differences we may have, it is expected that a Chief Minister will respond to the letter of another CM,” Mr. Kejriwal wrote to Mr. Khattar in his latest letter.(Special Correspondent inputs)last_img