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NN Exclusive | India will turn into Afghanistan, Syria if Modi, Amit Shah return to power: Sisodia

Sisodia Accused PM Modi And BJP Chief Amit Shah Of Destroying The Constitutional And Educational Institutions.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Abhinav Gupta | Updated on: 01 May 2019, 05:41:54 PM

New Delhi:

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday said that conditions in India will become like those in Afghanistan, Syria and Bosnia if “people like Narendra Modi and Amit Shah return to power”.

In an exclusive interview to News Nation, Sisodia said: “If Modi ji becomes prime minister again, if people like Modi ji and Amit Shah return to power, then what they done to the nation, they will do 100 times worse to the country in the next five years.”

“They will create conditions like Afghanistan, Bosnia and Syria. Ethnic crisis will take place here. Violence will take place in the name of caste and religion. No dialogue will be held on education, health, education, science technology. Here violence will take place in the name of cow. We don’t want an India like this,” he added.

Sisodia further accused PM Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah of destroying the constitutional and educational institutions, adding that the Aam Aadmi Party will support any PM candidate from opposition, other than Narendra Modi.

He further exuded confidence that the AAP will win all the seven seats in the May 12 Lok Sabha polls in the national capital as people in Delhi were satisfied with the AAP government’s work in the last four years.

Talking about the failed alliance talks with the Congress, Sisodia said that they were ready for alliance with the Congress, but only on 33 seats in three state of Delhi, Haryana and Punjab and not only on the seven seats in Delhi.

He also disapproved of BJP candidate Gautam Gambhir and Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari as politicians, saying that while they are good in cricket and singing, they have failed as politicians in the last five years. 

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First Published : 01 May 2019, 04:37:15 PM