The exhibition was organised by the Delhi Study Group, headed by BJP leader Vijay Jolly, at Central Park in Connaught Place Tuesday.
Taking a dig at AAP’s promise of curbing alcohol and drug use in Punjab, one of the 23 canvases on display read, “What an Idea Sir ji – False promise number 17- jobs to the drug addicts after their deaddiction. So, get drugs first if you want a job.”
Another canvas referred to the alleged opening of liquor vends in the capital after the government came to power last year. It read, “Delhi mein kuch, Punjab mein kuch aur (You are something in Delhi, something else in Punjab)”.
Referring to AAP’s promise of making Punjab corruption-free, a canvas prominently displayed the chief minister’s former principal secretary, Rajendra Kumar, who was arrested on graft charges. Photos of Kumar, Gopal Rai and Kapil Mishra were pasted on another canvas.
Leaders who attended the event included west Delhi MP Pravesh Sahib Singh Verma, former Delhi MLA and advisor to Punjab deputy CM Manjinder Singh Sirsa and Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee memeber Manjit Singh GK.