Mamata condemns Sirsa, Verma’s ‘pitiful’ approach to Kejriwal
Mamata condemns Sirsa, Verma’s ‘pitiful’ approach to Kejriwal.
Soon after West Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Parvesh Verma and BJP- SAD MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa accosted Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo Arvind Kejriwal for an appointment to discuss water scarcity issue in the national capital, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee while condemning their ‘unfortunate’ behaviour said such an approach is not good for democracy.
Speaking to media here post her party’s stupendous lead in the recent civic polls, Banerjee asserted that this kind of behaviour will not be accepted, adding that any internal matter between the two state governments should be resolved through official dialogue.
Mamata further stated that the AAP convener has clarified the matter and water will be available, starting tomorrow.
"I have also had water problems in the state.
Carrying the allegations forward, Parvesh Verma questioned Kejriwal saying he is accountable to the people of Delhi and cannot run away for long.
"His interest lies in unwanted politics.
He has time to meet the West Bengal Chief Minister, but not his own cabinet MLAs and representatives," he said.
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