Sheila Dikshit comes out with all guns blazing, criticises AAP, Modi

Sheila Dikshit tries to silence rivals
New Delhi: Oct 9: Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit has lashed out at her critics and said that they have been accusing her and her government of corruption without any proper proof.

In an interview with CNN-IBN [read here], Dikshit said that her rival in the upcoming Assembly elections, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was not a serious party and also hit out at Narendra Modi saying that 'it is awkward to announce yourself as the PM.'

Dikshit in her interview to the channel said that the corruption charges levied against her were baseless. "Show me where it is and punish me accordingly," she said.

On asking her what were her thoughts on the AAP, she said that 'AAP is not a serious party.' "I would like to ask them what are their policies, their ideologies. What are you going to work for and what is your record," she said.

Dikshit: AAP is not a serious party

She even criticised the AAP for making a hype of the Lokpal Bill. Your only record is that you joined Anna Hazare. You said that you have no interest in politics but you joined it. You said you would bring the Lokpal Bill, but where is it, she questioned AAP.

"They maybe an oppurtunist group but they are definitely not a serious group," she said.

She even vented her anger at Narendra Modi saying that 'I find it a little awkward to announce yourself as the chief PM.'

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