Sisodia Saw An Empty Chair In The Auditorium And Challenged The Uttarakhand Minister To A Debate, The Delhi Deputy CM Said.

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On Monday, after Uttarakhand Urban Development Minister Madan Kaushik refused to accept the challenge of the talks, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia attacked the state government, saying he had no job To do. Sisodia challenged Kaushik in Dehradun on Monday to openly discuss Arvind Kejriwal's development model for Trivendra Singh Rawat. When Sisodia was sitting here and debating in the auditorium, he sat an empty chair for Kaushik, and then Sisodia accused Kaushik's absence to clearly show that the state government had not done anything on the four-year development issue and attacked the government of Trivendra Singh Rawat.

Sisodia said: “If Madan Kaushik (Madan Kaushik) comes, it will be a beautiful initiative.” The BJP government Trivendra Singh Rawat's government has not done any work in the state, so he cannot count on (this Work). Obviously, his government took no action.

He said: "It is obvious that from his absence, the development proposal he put forward is limited to official files and has nothing to do with it." He claimed that he had only been corrupt for four years. . The AAP leader is referring to Lohagat MLA Puran Singh Furtial, who accused his government of obstructing development work in his contractor constituency.

He said that a special official of Chief Minister Rawat was also accused of money laundering. Sisodia challenged again that this time he will wait for Kaushik's public meeting in Delhi in January. After the attack, Munna Singh Chauhan, the chief spokesperson of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, said that the Amu Darya party does not exist in Uttarakhand or its leader cannot respond.

Chauhan said: “If the leader of the Aam Aadmi party comes here to see the mountain peak, your hat will fall on the ground. Therefore, if the AAP leader does not dream of challenging the BJP in Uttarakhand, it would be even better,” he Say. He said that the ministers of the Uttarakhand government and BJP leaders did not have time for their political leaders to take such steps, and they did not take them seriously.

With the arrival of the state legislature elections, the state's AAP activities will increase in 2022, and Sisodia has appeared here twice in the past two weeks. Sisodia stated in the last visit that AAP will compete with the state assembly for seats.

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