CBI raid at Sisodia states 2024 Lok Sabha elections will be ‘Kejriwal vs Modi’

New Delhi [India]: Knocking the Bharatiya Janata party  over the CBI raids on Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia’s residence on Friday, the Aam Aadmi Party leader Sanjay Singh insisted that the Centre will not prosper in quiting the event from enhancing its influence in other states while proclaiming that the 2024 Lok Sabha political elections will certainly be “Kejriwal versus Modi”.

“The developments confirm that the next Lok Sabha election in 2024 will certainly be AAP versus BJP, it will be Modi versus Kejriwal. We will battle. I am saying it once more that you can not stop Kejriwal, or our education and learning or health and wellness version. You may apprehend our health preacher or education and learning priest, but no job of Delhi will be stopped,” Singh claimed while dealing with a press conference.
“If you want to target Kejriwal as well as AAP, you are complimentary to do it.But the whole country is seeing. The objective of making India number 1 in the world will certainly not stop with these actions.,” Singh added.

The AAP leader also hit out at the BJP for calling the news published in an American newspaper commending the Delhi education and learning version with Sisodia’s image on the front web page a “paid information”, as well as said that it coincided newspaper which had actually released the “mismanagement” of the Modi government during the COVID wave.

“Some ignorant section of people have spread out the news since morning that it was a paid information in the paper of U.S.A.. It is the same paper which had actually covered the news of COVID mismanagement by the Centre which brought about the fatality of lakhs of people. You could additionally have obtained the paid information in the newspaper. You do not have a scarcity of cash. They do not intend to see great of Kejriwal,” Singh claimed.

“You waived the finances worth Rs 10 lakh crores as well as tax obligations worth Rs 5 lakh crores. Tell us just how much did you approve the kickback to write off the financings worth Rs 10 lakh crores,” Singh included.

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