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Dikshit using extra-constitutional means, says Jolly

Onkar Singh in New Delhi | November 25, 2008 23:05 IST

Vijay Jolly, who is contesting against Delhi [Images] chief minister Sheela Dikshit in the assembly polls, blamed Dikshit for using extra-constitutional means to fight her battle against him.

Jolly created a scene by walking over to Dikshit's house on Moti Lal Nehru Marg to solicit her vote and support for victory against her in the forth coming assembly elections. "I had gone to her to draw her attention to the problems of the voters but unfortunately she gave me step motherly treatment," he said.

"The public meetings of cinestar Shatrugan Sinha in Sarojini Nagar and Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi's [Images] roadshow were cancelled by Dikshit. She throttled democracy in her typical style. She first cancelled Modi's meeting and later called off the road show," Jolly said.

Jolly, a former MLA from Saket hoped to give Dikshit a tough fight.

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