“Bhagat Singh’s martyrdom and thoughts inspire us even today. However, his dreams are not even 10 per cent fulfilled. We still have to do a lot to fulfill his dreams,” he said while releasing a book titled “Bhagat Singh’s Jail Notebook”.
He further said he would urge Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia to make the book available in all the libraries across the national capital so that “his (Bhagat Singh’s) thoughts reach as many people as it can”.
In an indirect attack on the central government, Kejriwal said that his fight against corruption had increased manifold since forming the government in Delhi.
“When we started the anti-corruption movement, the entire country was united. However, ever since we have formed the government, our struggle has increased ten times because we cracked down on corruption,” he said.
“Had we worked like the previous governments in Delhi, there wouldn’t have been so many problems for us. But this government has zero tolerance for corruption. I sacked my own minister on corruption charges,” he added.
Kejriwal removed Environment and Food Minister Asim Ahmed Khan in October 2015 for allegedly demanding a bribe of Rs 6 lakh from a builder and recommended a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) probe into the case.