He emphasised that 'Ram Rajya' can be ushered through education and not by constructing a grand temple.
"My stand is that with a consensus from both sides (Hindus and Muslims), let's build a good university at that place," Sisodia said in an interview with NDTV that was aired on Sunday.
"Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Indian, foreigner -- students from all communities may attend that university and from there should spring Lord Ram's ideals. Ram Rajya would come if we teach our children and not by building a mandir," Sisodia said when asked what was the Aam Aadmi Party's (AAP) stand on Ram Mandir debate.
Asked about the current wave of caste politics in Indian politics, Sisodia, who is also Delhi's Education Minister, said that the only way to end it was through education.
"When I was at Japan University, the people there were talking about a new concept of running cars with hydrogen and on the same day on Twitter we were debating about Lord Hanuman's caste. It is really unfortunate but the only way to move forward is by education," he said.
Without taking any particular name, Sisodia slammed the political parties of spreading casteism at university levels "by appointing Vice Chancellors subscribing to Hindutva who try to impose it on the students".
"On one hand, you talk about 'Digital India' but your actions resemble that of Vijay Mallya," Sisodia said.
When asked whether Delhi Police should be with the state government, Sisodia remarked that even if his government plans to take an action, it never gets implemented on the ground level because of different governments controlling different authorities in Delhi.
"Delhi Police need to be under the Delhi government," he said.
He also said the previous Sheila Dikshit-led government "didn't do any work" in Delhi.
"If her government had done anything, we wouldn't have to struggle like this to get work done," he said.
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