Unable to tolerate Delhi’s education revolution, central government gets Sisodia arrested: Prithvi Reddy strongly condemns
Aam Aadmi Party Karnataka State President Prithvi Reddy has condemned the arrest of Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia and said that the BJP arrested Sisodia after seeing the rise of AAP across the country.
Prithvi Reddy told the media, “There is nothing wrong with Delhi’s excise policy. It should be noted here that the new excise policy is yet to be implemented in Delhi and the same policy is in force in many states. Although central government investigators have been targeting Sisodia for nearly a year, not a shred of evidence has been found to substantiate the allegations. No cash or any illegal documents has been found. Realizing that it is only the Aam Aadmi Party that has the power to face the BJP and since the BJP is unable to confornt us politically, it is misusing its powers to create trouble like this,” he said.
“Aam Aadmi Party is flourishing all over the country including Karnataka. BJP cannot tolerate people being in favor of AAP. Manish Sisodia has been arrested by the Central Government through the CBI, fearing that he might question the plight of government schools here when he comes to campaign for the Karnataka elections. We are not only ready for the arrest, but we are also ready to sacrifice our lives for the sake of the country and the people,” said Prithvi Reddy.
“Many foreign countries have also appreciated the revolution in the education brought in by the Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi’s government schools. But the BJP cannot tolerate this. Manish Sisodia as the Education Minister has built 25,000 state-of-the-art school rooms and laid a solid foundation for the future of around 20 lakh students. It is reprehensible that the BJP is doing such a low-level strategy against people like Manish Sisodia. Just like how a plant sprouts, the more the BJP disturbs, the Aam Aadmi Party will grow faster,” said Prithvi Reddy.