Chandigarh, September 6: Delhi CM and AAP national convener Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday downplayed the row in the state following Sukhpal Singh Khaira’s removal as Leader of Opposition, saying the matter would be resolved soon.
Talking to the media here, Kejriwal said differences of opinion could occur in any political party or a family for that matter and there was nothing new in Khaira’s case. “We will resolve all differences within the party soon,” he said.
On his alleged conflicting stand on the SYL Canal, the Delhi CM said he had always maintained that all states should get their share of waters, but he was misquoted in the media. He said whatever the SC decided in the case, it should be acceptable to all stakeholders.
“All these states are part of this country. People living there need water and all states must get their share. There could be only two ways to ensure this. Either sit together and settle the issue, and if it is not possible, then let the courts decide,” he said, adding that both Haryana and Punjab should respect SC verdict on this issue.
Source Tribune India