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Will get down to breaking seals on properties if Kejriwal issues official order: Manoj Tiwari

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

BJP chief Manoj Thursday lashed out at leader over the sealing drives here and challenged the to issue an order authorising him to break locks of properties sealed by municipal corporations.

The BJP leader's remark came after Kejriwal Wednesday said should stop doing "drama" and if he has the "guts, he should de-seal shops" in the national capital.

advised the to focus on development of the city instead of indulging in "petty politics" and spreading "lies" on sealing issue.

Kejriwal addressing a "Mahapanchyat" on the sealing issue on Wednesday, had attacked Tiwari over his act of breaking the lock of a property sealed by a municipal corporation in East

"is doing just drama...If he has guts, he the should de-seal shops across This is not the way. Even people know that he is doing drama...," Kejriwal had said.

The is "misleading" the people of Delhi by "fabricating lies" on the issue of sealing and has become a "habitual liar", Tiwari alleged at a press conference here.

"He should give me an official order in writing for breaking the seal of the properties in Delhi and I will get down to it from tomorrow," he said.

Earlier this month, the dropped a contempt case against Tiwari while chastising him for breaking seal of the property in east Delhi's Gokalpur.

Tiwari held the responsible for paving the way for sealing drive in Delhi by filing an affidavit in the court.

"Sealing was started in Delhi after filed an affidavit in the court. After this affidavit the court ordered its monitoring committee to start a sealing drive," the claimed.

The BJP ruled municipal corporations in the city are undertaking sealing and demolition action against properties found in violation of the provisions of the 2021 and Unified Building Bylaws-2016 on the instructions of mandated monitoring committee.

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First Published: Thu, November 29 2018. 22:40 IST