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Ink thrown at Delhi's Dy CM Manish Sisodia outside LG Najeeb Jung's residence
Ink was thrown at Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Monday outside the residence of Lt. Governor, Najeeb Jung while he was talking to media persons.
The attacker reportedly claimed that he had no political affiliation and he did it as he was upset over Sisodia's trip to Finland at a time when the city is facing serious health crisis due to outbreak of chikungunya and dengue.

Manish Sisodia, who also serves as Education Minister of Delhi, was in Finland on a work-related tour.He was there to evaluate the education system of the country. The attacker, Brajesh Shukla said, "He is going abroad on our money and people of Delhi are suffering."

As per reports, when Sisodia was about to get into his car after talking to the media persons, Brajesh threw ink at the deputy chief minister, which splashed across his arms and on a portion of his forehead.

Sisodia blamed the opposition parties for the ink attack over him and said, "Delhi government is committed to working on health and education. But Congress and BJP are working on ink. They have nothing to do with Delhiites. Their aim is to stop our initiatives. This is the dirty politics of BJP and Congress," reported TOI.

Delhi's AAP ministers along with CM Arvind Kejriwal, have been facing criticism because of their absence at a time when the state is in crisis because of increasing cases of dengue and chikungunya.

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