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Surat, Feb 14 (Language) Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Sunday alleged that the Congress contests elections to help the BJP win and claimed that the main contest in the upcoming local municipal body elections in Gujarat is the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party ( You) is between. Talking to reporters ahead of the roadshow in Surat, Sisodia claimed that the people of Gujarat are seeing AAP as a “strong political alternative” and they hope that this party can defeat the BJP. Saffron party on various local bodies of the state

Surat, Feb 14 (Language) Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Sunday alleged that the Congress contests elections to help the BJP win and claimed that the main contest in the upcoming local municipal body elections in Gujarat is the BJP and the Aam Aadmi Party ( You) is between. Talking to reporters ahead of the roadshow in Surat, Sisodia claimed that the people of Gujarat are seeing AAP as a “strong political alternative” and they hope that this party can defeat the BJP. The saffron party has been ruling various local bodies of the state for more than two decades. The elections for the six municipal corporations of the state – Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Rajkot, Jamnagar and Bhavnagar – will be held on February 21. Apart from this, elections will be held on February 28 for various other municipalities, zilla panchayats and taluka panchayats of Gujarat. Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP has fielded candidates for various local bodies in Gujarat for the first time, while Surat is the third city in the state where Sisodia is holding a road show. Earlier he did road shows in Ahmedabad and Rajkot. Sisodia said, “I am happy that the contest in the local body elections in Gujarat is between BJP and AAP. People want to give an opportunity to his politics after seeing Kejriwal’s rule in Delhi. “The AAP leader said that he traveled to Ahmedabad and Rajkot and is now in Surat where people have told him that he is bored of BJP. And want to defeat him. He claimed that people already wanted to defeat the BJP but the Congress was the only option. Sisodia alleged, “Congress fights elections to help BJP win.” Its strategy is to help the BJP win. ”Sisodia said that people think that AAP can defeat BJP and not Congress. He said, “We will get an absolute majority.” Our goal is to defeat the BJP. ”Sisodia said that people can see how in a short span of five years, Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal has developed government schools in such a way that they can compete with private schools. Huh. He claimed that on the other hand government schools in Gujarat are being closed. Sisodia also questioned the silence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah over the murder of 25-year-old Rinku Sharma. The young man was allegedly murdered by a group after a feud at a birthday party in Delhi on 10 February. Sharma’s brother has alleged that he was murdered for his active participation in the Chanda campaign for the Ram temple in Ayodhya, while the Delhi Police denied any communal angle, stating that the business rivalry had caused There was a fight at the birthday party. Sisodia alleged, “We are unhappy, because people are being killed for slapping the slogan” Jai Shriram “in the country and Delhi Police and Union Home Minister Amit Shah responsible for the safety of the people, the law and order in Delhi Not worried at all. “The AAP leader claimed,” He (Shah) is worried about the (upcoming) election in West Bengal. ”

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