BJP attacks AAP over The New York Times and the UAE-based Khaleej Times articles regarding Delhi education model. BJP says it is "nothing but paid marketing.
New Delhi: Hours after a report on Delhi’s educational system appeared in two well-known newspapers, The New York Times and the UAE-based Khaleej Times, the Aam Aadmi Party was disparaged by the BJP as “nothing but paid marketing.” However, the Khaleej Times has given credit to The New York Times for the story.
How is it possible that the New York Times and Khaleej Times carry the same report, with the same words, written by the same person, and that the picture is the same as well? “Arvind Kejriwal’s best defence is nothing but paid promotion,” tweeted the BJP’s IT cell chief, Amit Malviya.
Punit Agarwal, who oversees the IT cell of the party’s Delhi unit, said: Manish Sisodia will have to go where he deserves to be. That is jail. “
This occurs on the same day that the CBI conducted a raid on the residence of Manish Sisodia, the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, in relation to the new alcohol policy. The policy, implemented by his party’s government in the national capital, sparked accusations of corruption before being changed. CBI officials searched 20 locations in six states and the national capital area.
A CBI official told a news agency that four public servants, including Manish Sisodia’s name have emerged in the FIR. Meanwhile, Manish Sisodia has denied the charges that were levelled against him, saying that he is ready to cooperate with the investigation. Arvind Kejriwal’s deputy also said that it was unfortunate that those who want to work in the country were being harassed in this way.