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Manish Sisodia is in jail since February 26 in the Delhi liquor policy case.
Former Deputy CM of Delhi Manish Sisodia has once again written a letter from Tihar Jail. This letter has been tweeted by Arvind Kejriwal. This letter is written in the form of a poem. In this, Manish has written tauntingly on PM Modi that “If every poor child reads, then the king’s palace will be shaken after the fourth pass.”
Now read Sisodia’s complete letter…
Sisodia has written-
If every poor person got a book, then who would spread the storm of hatred?
Everyone’s hands got work, so who will wave swords on the streets
If every poor child studies, then the king’s palace will be shaken in the fourth pass…
If everyone gets good education and understanding, then their WhatsApp university will be closed.
How can anyone trap a society based on education and understanding in the illusion of communal hatred?
If every child of a poor person studies, then the king’s palace will be shaken in the fourth pass…
If every child of the society is educated, then he will question your cleverness and misdeeds.
If the poor gets the power of pen, then he will tell his ‘Mann Ki Baat’.
If every child of a poor person studies, then the king’s fourth pass, the palace will be shaken…
The conch shell being held in the schools of Delhi and Punjab will spread the light of good education all over India.
Send them to jail or hang them, this caravan will not stop, if every poor child is educated, the palace will be snatched from you…
– Manish Sisodia
PM’s education was also questioned in the letter written last month.
Sisodia had sought bail citing the health of his wife Seema, which was rejected by the Delhi court.
Sisodia had also written a letter to the country from Tihar Jail on April 7, in which he questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s education. He wrote- Modi proudly says that he has been educated till the village school only. People look for an educated person to keep a manager in the company. Shouldn’t the biggest manager of the country be educated? Read full news…
Delhi court reserves verdict in CBI case
Delhi’s Rouse Avenue has reserved orders on the CBI charge sheet against former Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, Buchi Babu, Arjun Pandey and Amandeep Dhall. The court will give its verdict on May 27. This supplementary charge sheet was filed on 25 April.
The fifth charge sheet filed by the ED against Sisodia will also be heard on Friday. Earlier on May 10, the hearing of the case at Rouse Avenue Court was adjourned till May 19. Read full news…