Former Delhi CM Sheila Dixit’s son preparing to join BJP?

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Sandeep Dixit statement: Arvind Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party is part of the opposition’s ‘India’ alliance (INDIA). Although the figure of ‘AAP’ has been thirty-six from Congress, but after joining the alliance, Congress has adopted a soft stand. Recently, when the rhetoric started regarding the elections on the seats of Delhi, the Congress also clarified and tried to pacify the matter, but in Delhi itself, a senior leader of the Congress is not calming down and is constantly attacking Kejriwal and the Aam Aadmi Party. continue to attack.

We are talking about Sandeep Dixit, son of Congress leader and former Chief Minister of Delhi Sheila Dixit, who has been targeted by Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal for the last several days. Sandeep Dixit is attacking Kejriwal on the pretext of Delhi Service Act, which is very important for Aam Aadmi Party. The special thing is that what Sandeep Dixit is saying on this issue is completely different from the party line.

In such a situation, the question is arising whether Sandeep Dixit is looking for a new place by separating from the Congress. The question is also whether he is preparing to join BJP, because BJP will get maximum benefit from his statements in Delhi. First let us know the latest statement of Sandeep Dixit.

‘No need to take Kejriwal seriously’

Sandeep Dixit said on Saturday (August 19), there was a time when we thought that Delhi should get the status of a full state, but when we experienced and saw how Delhi is running for some time, then what is now There is a division of powers, there is no need for much change in it. Along with this, many good works have been done in Delhi.

He further said, Kejriwal doing transfer-posting, saving himself from the anti-corruption branch, as the abusers of power are seeking, it does not look ethical from anywhere. A person like Arvind Kejriwal will only look at himself and his party’s power, we should not take any feedback that comes from that person seriously.

Not for the first time, there is a list of statements

This statement of Sandeep Dixit will be very stinging for Arvind Kejriwal and Aam Aadmi Party, but this is not the first time Sandeep Dixit has targeted Kejriwal. When Arvind Kejriwal was mobilizing for voting on the Delhi Service Bill in Parliament and the Congress had accepted his demand after a long time, Dixit had also said that this bill should be passed.

Then AAP retaliated and said that it seems Sandeep Dixit is not in Congress. At the same time, after the Delhi Service Bill was passed by both the Houses of Parliament, Dixit once again retaliated and said that it is expected that Arvind Kejriwal will now work instead of whining and making unnecessary statements.

‘Kejriwal joined India alliance out of fear’

Recently, after the meeting of Congress, when Alka Lamba gave a statement of preparation for elections in all the seats in Delhi, AAP gave a sharp reaction, at that time also Congress leader Sandeep Dixit targeted Kejriwal and AAP. Was told the tail of BJP. Dikshit even went so far as to say that Congress does not need an alliance and Kejriwal has joined the India alliance out of fear.

Congress leader Dixit also supported Alka Lamba’s statement and said that the Aam Aadmi Party is an army of idiots. They cheat the world, that’s why cheating is seen everywhere. What wrong did Alka Lamba say! What is wrong in preparing for all the seven seats? How will you contest elections without preparation?

compared to jackal

In a conversation with ANI, Sandeep Dixit had compared AAP to a jackal on August 5 after AAP joined the All India Alliance. He had said, just as in the forest where lions and elephants live, jackals also live there. Similarly, they are also (in the alliance). He further said- I will not even compare him with a jackal because even a jackal has some qualities.

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