Sisodia pens letter conveying ‘See you soon outside’ message

New Delhi, April 5 (UNI) Just a day before the bail hearing of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Manish Sisodia in Delhi Court, the party released his letter on Friday, which conveyed a message that he will be with them soon.

“See you soon outside. Long live the education revolution, love you all. In the last one year, I miss everyone. I remembered everyone in the last one year,” Sisodia said in his letter dated March 15 to people from his Patparganj Assembly constituency.

“Everyone worked together with honesty. Just as everyone fought at the time of independence, similarly, we are fighting for good education and schools. The dream of independence had come true even after the British dictatorship. Similarly, one day every child will get a proper and good education,” Sisodia said.

He referred to the Bharatiya Janata Party as akin to the British and alleged it of misusing central agencies to falsely imprison individuals.

“The British were also very proud of their power; they also used to imprison people by making false accusations. The British kept Gandhi in prison for many years; they also put Nelson Mandela in jail,” he said.

“You all are my strength. To be a developed country, it is necessary to have good education and schools. I am happy that the education revolution has come to Delhi under the leadership of Arvind Kejriwal. Now it is relieving to hear the news about education in Punjab,” he said.

He further thanked the people of his constituency for taking good care of his wife, Seema.

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