On the occasion of World Tourism Day, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has launched an app that contains comprehensive information about on going protests, increasing pollution level, water logging, potholes etc for the visitors.
“The tourists who want to visit Delhi can now plan their tour by using the ‘Dekho Mere Dilli’ mobile app. They can plan their route after checking which all roads are blocked due to protests and which all roads have potholes. Once they identify the roads without potholes, water-logging and protests they’ll get automatically marked as safe” said Kejriwal on Monday.
“We have been promoting protests, as protesters, rioters etc are our core voters but protests were badly effecting our tourism revenue and this App will help visitors and us in optimising both the protests and the tourism revenue.” said deputy CM Manish Sisodia.
“I have to go Haryana via Delhi and I was really worried about roads blocked due to protests, but not anymore now I checked on this App and cancelled my trip” said a potential visitor.
“I wanted to visit the famous Minto Bridge with a DTC bus half submerged and through this App I can check when can I see that” said a Kejriwal fan.