Uttarakhand minister Madan Kaushik leaves out debate with Manish Sisodia

Subsequent on Uttarakhand urban development minister Madan Kaushik penned an open letter to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), senior leader and Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia on Monday alleged that Kaushik “ran away from the debate as he had nothing to talk about on development in Uttarakhand.”

''If it had really done something for development, the minister would have come for the debate. He has not shown up because they have not done anything. Corruption is all that has happened in the state in the nearly four years of their rule,'' Sisodia alleged.

''I would have been happy if there was an open debate. I wish a day comes when leaders of political parties sit in front of each other and discuss things openly. This is good for democracy, '' said Sisodia, who had dared Kaushik for a debate on the development models of Delhi and Uttarakhand governments.

Sisodia said when Kaushik accepted his invitation, the minister rose in his esteem as he thought he stood for democracy in which debate is important. ''But his non-appearance shows that the claims of development made by him are confined only to government files and there is nothing on ground,'' he said.

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