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Sack Delhi government, but don't defame our minister: AAP

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The (AP) on Friday termed the recording of Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia's statement by the (CBI) at his residence as BJP's "revengeful action" and "dirty politics".

"I want to say this to the (BJP) and our Prime Minister that if you have so much hatred against and government, then force this out. But please don't defame a hard working minister, don't defame our party. This is dirty politics," senior party leader Sanjay Singh said addressing the media.

The senior leader said that BJP's aim was to finish anyone who spoke against them, be it political parties or a media outlet. "By doing all this, the central is trying to disrupt the good work of the "

Singh said that recently a channel was raided by the for doing impartial work. "has recommended shutting down of the channel. This has become CBI's role now," he said.

Singh was referring to recent raids at the residence of NDTV co-founder Prannoy Roy and the NDTV network offices.

Speaking to reporters, Minister for Rural Development Gopal Rai said the would soon form "Village Development Board" to carry out development work in villages. Under the programme, Rs 2 crore has been allocated for each village.

--IANS

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The Aam Aadmi Party (AP) on Friday termed the recording of Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia's statement by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) at his residence as BJP's "revengeful action" and "dirty politics".

The (AP) on Friday termed the recording of Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia's statement by the (CBI) at his residence as BJP's "revengeful action" and "dirty politics".

"I want to say this to the (BJP) and our Prime Minister that if you have so much hatred against and government, then force this out. But please don't defame a hard working minister, don't defame our party. This is dirty politics," senior party leader Sanjay Singh said addressing the media.

The senior leader said that BJP's aim was to finish anyone who spoke against them, be it political parties or a media outlet. "By doing all this, the central is trying to disrupt the good work of the "

Singh said that recently a channel was raided by the for doing impartial work. "has recommended shutting down of the channel. This has become CBI's role now," he said.

Singh was referring to recent raids at the residence of NDTV co-founder Prannoy Roy and the NDTV network offices.

Speaking to reporters, Minister for Rural Development Gopal Rai said the would soon form "Village Development Board" to carry out development work in villages. Under the programme, Rs 2 crore has been allocated for each village.

--IANS

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Sack Delhi government, but don't defame our minister: AAP

The (AP) on Friday termed the recording of Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia's statement by the (CBI) at his residence as BJP's "revengeful action" and "dirty politics".

"I want to say this to the (BJP) and our Prime Minister that if you have so much hatred against and government, then force this out. But please don't defame a hard working minister, don't defame our party. This is dirty politics," senior party leader Sanjay Singh said addressing the media.

The senior leader said that BJP's aim was to finish anyone who spoke against them, be it political parties or a media outlet. "By doing all this, the central is trying to disrupt the good work of the "

Singh said that recently a channel was raided by the for doing impartial work. "has recommended shutting down of the channel. This has become CBI's role now," he said.

Singh was referring to recent raids at the residence of NDTV co-founder Prannoy Roy and the NDTV network offices.

Speaking to reporters, Minister for Rural Development Gopal Rai said the would soon form "Village Development Board" to carry out development work in villages. Under the programme, Rs 2 crore has been allocated for each village.

--IANS

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