New Delhi, May 24: Prime Minister rendra Modi’s government is “allergic” to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Sunday. Sisodia told NDTV in an interview, a day before the AAP government completes 100 days in office, that the central government was trying to bulldoze the agenda of the Delhi government. “The centre wants to run Delhi. They want to bulldoze our agenda, we will not allow this,” he said. “The centre is allergic to Kejriwal.” Sisodia’s comments came amid a bitter tussle between the Delhi and the central governments, particularly after the latter on Friday issued a notification granting supremacy to Lt. Governor jeeb Jung in select areas. The AAP government has called a two-day emergency session of the Delhi assembly from Tuesday to discuss the home ministry’s notification. “This issue will be resolved by the assembly now,” Sisodia said. “(We are) not afraid of controversies. We will fight with anyone and everyone who tries to block our agenda for corruption-free Delhi.” (IANS)
'Modi government allergic to Kejriwal'