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Aam Aadmi Party ministers, who had arrived at Lt Governor Najeeb Jung's residence on Saturday to discuss Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia's Finland visit, were left waiting behind closed doors.
Lt Governor Najeeb Jung’s has rebutted the claims of AAP ministers, who had arrived at the LG’s residence on Saturday to discuss Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia’s Finland visit.

Lt Governor Najeeb Jung’s has rebutted the claims of AAP ministers, who had arrived at the LG’s residence on Saturday to discuss Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia’s Finland visit.

AAP Ministers Satyendra Jain and Kapil Mishra had earlier claimed that they were left waiting outside closed doors after they had paid the LG a visit at 11:45am on Saturday.

However, the Lt. Governor claims that the ministers had arrived without prior notification of their presence.

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The Delhi LG office also said that they were informed about the meeting only after the media had gathered outside the residence, who, were had been intimated prior to the meeting.

Secretary to Lt. Governor met with the ministers shortly after however, they failed to produce any letter or any representation addressed to the Lt. Governor.

Jung, on Friday had said, “The deputy CM has been asked to come back to Delhi immediately as the city is witnessing spurt in dengue and chikungunya cases.”

Sisodia, who had gone to Finland to study their education system for the betterment of India’s, had responded to Jung’s request on Saturday.

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Sisodia had said that he is not “holidaying in Finland” and “Studying Finland’s schools is not a sin”.

“I’m in Finland. We need to learn a lot from their education system, the best in the world,” he said.

“Studying Finland’s schools is not a sin while working day and night to fix the problems of our schools in Delhi. If you have the guts, show these pictures and tell the country what I am doing in Finland for the last three days. I’m in Finland. We need to learn a lot from their education system, the best in the world,” he added.