New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday expressed confidence that his government would be able to clean Yamuna river, though it will take time. Kejriwal is currently on a trip to South Korea.
He said this in response to a tweet that India was questioned about the block of urban renewal projects and the Yamuna River Front development plan. Kejriwal also blamed earlier governments for not clearing the Yamuna river and for failure to implement River Front Development Project.
He tweeted, "Because then you were not the government. Now it will happen. Since you have made substantial improvements in other areas during the tenure of the government, we will work hard to clean the drains and Yamuna. it will take time. Korean people did this in 27 months. Although I believe that we will succeed. "Kejriwal visited the Chiangasiyeon river during the visit of Seoul's capital of Seoul, which was transformed from a polluted water source into a popular tourist spot.