In BJP ruled states like Guj, businessmen as seen as thieves: Sisodia
'In BJP ruled states, private businessmen are seen as thieves. We do not see a different picture in these states from rest of the country,' Sisodia said.
New Delhi: Slamming the "Gujarat model" of development, Senior AAP leader Manish Sisodia today hit out BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate Narendra Modi, saying he should ensure that businessmen and common people are not seen as "thieves" in BJP ruled states.
"Narendra Modi should ensure that businessmen and common people are not seen as thieves in the BJP ruled states. He should also ensure that the BJP governments and officers change the way they function.
"In BJP ruled states, private businessmen are seen as thieves. We do not see a different picture in these states from rest of the country," Sisodia told reporters on sidelines of a CII function here today.
Expressing confidence of forming government once again in Delhi, Sisodia said all the people-friendly initiatives would be re-launched by the AAP government.
Sisodia said the AAP government could not function properly with Congress and BJP joining hands to block all government initiatives.
"There is no doubt had we been in the government, we would have taken many other initiatives. But all those initiatives need to be passed through Vidhan sabha.
"But the Congress and the BJP had started saying that they were 40 people and would decide things in the Assembly. They were not in favour of these initiatives. So it is alright. We will once again go to people and come back with full majority," said Sisodia.
If the present Central government tries to reverse all the good initiatives of the former AAP government, citizens of country will not spare them in the election, he added.
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