Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday slammed Union Home Minister Amit Shah, saying he visited a government school in Gujarat for the first time because people visited the state during his visit. Started supporting Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Addressing a public meeting at Talod in Sabarkantha district of the state, the Delhi Education Minister said that when Kejriwal started visiting Gujarat, people began to notice that if Delhi and Punjab had good schools, mohalla clinics and free Electricity can happen, so why can’t it happen in Gujarat, where BJP is in power for 27 years.
Assembly elections are proposed in Gujarat later this year. Sisodia said, “For the first time in his lifetime, Amit Shahji has gone to a government school. During 27 years of politics, have you ever seen the picture of Amit Shahji’s visit to a government school. When people here started demanding a school here like in Delhi and said that they would support Kejriwal, Amit Shah went to the government school for a picture and to say that he too has got the school built.
Sisodia said Shah has always made fun of Kejriwal by saying that he is distributing “free revdi”. The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) had recently set up four ‘smart schools’, which Amit Shah visited to inaugurate them. Aam Aadmi Party leader was referring to this.
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