New York Times praises AAP or did Kejriwal get the 'ad' printed by paying money?

New Delhi: The BJP has questioned the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) over an article in the US media outlet New York Times (NYT) praising Delhi's education. In fact, the BJP has said that the same story on Delhi's education has been published in The New York Times and Khaleej Times and both the reports have the same photo. The BJP claims that this is not an article, but an advertisement that the AAP has got printed by paying money. The BJP says that the reporter of both the reports is also the same. BJP leader Ramesh Bidhuri has said that this article has been written by pro-Khalistan and it has been written by paying money.  

Let us know that in the new excise policy case of the Kejriwal government of Delhi, the CBI raided 21 places in Delhi-NCR including Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday. After this action started, the entire AAP has come to Sisodia's rescue. CM Arvind Kejriwal has cited a New York Times newspaper article praising Delhi's education while defending Sisodia. Kejriwal has said that this report of NYT shows that Sisodia is the best education minister not only in the country but also in the whole world.  

Kejriwal has further said that he and Sisodia were raided by the investigating agency earlier, but it did not find anything. The CBI will not get anything this time either. At the same time, the BJP has asked questions to the AAP about this report of NYT and has tried to put it in the dock. BJP spokesperson Shehzad Poonawalla has asked that CM Kejriwal should explain how the same article was published in New York Times and Khaleej Times. Why do you have the same picture in both stories? Poonawalla said the Delhi government has spent a lot of public money on advertisements. It is suspected that these articles may have been published in these newspapers as advertisements. He also said that Kejriwal should read the reports of the Indian media, not NYT, on Delhi's education system.  

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