BJP should apologise for calling people of Delhi freeloaders, party against accessible electricity, education, healthcare, says Manish Sisodia

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday said each vote cast for BJP in the upcoming assembly election would be a vote against free electricity, education and healthcare

Press Trust of India January 12, 2020 13:07:04 IST
BJP should apologise for calling people of Delhi freeloaders, party against accessible electricity, education, healthcare, says Manish Sisodia
  • Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday said each vote cast for BJP in the upcoming assembly election would be a vote against free electricity, education and healthcare

  • Claiming that the BJP is insulting the people of Delhi who are the beneficiaries of the pro-people policies by calling them freeloaders, Sisodia said

  • It's the duty of every government to serve the people. We are here to serve our citizens of Delhi, Sisodia said

New Delhi: Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday said each vote cast for BJP in the upcoming assembly election would be a vote against free electricity, education and healthcare.

Claiming that the BJP is insulting the people of Delhi who are the beneficiaries of the AAP government's "pro-people policies" by calling them "freeloaders", Sisodia said BJP should apologise to the people of Delhi.

"BJP should apologize to the people of Delhi for calling them freeloader. It's the duty of every government to serve the people. We are here to serve our citizens of Delhi," Sisodia said.

"BJP is against free electricity, free water and free travel for women. This can be their agenda as a party but they cannot insult the people of Delhi who are the beneficiaries of this pro-people policies," he told reporters at a press conference.

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