As the Arvind Kejriwal government completes one year, Sisodia said that the Centre has resorted to "cheap tactics" to stop it from working through the Lt Governor, the police, the ACB and by wresting control over transfer & postings.

"There has been death of a six-year-old student at a private school, but no one has been arrested so far. A teacher of a government school was brutally beaten up. Besides, there have been several crimes of rapes and murder, but police is not arresting anyone," Sisodia told reporters.

He said, instead, police is nabbing an AAP MLA who had a fight with his wife and another party legislator who had a quarrel with officers. AAP's one year saw arrest of six party MLAs in various cases including on charges of rioting, domestic violence and forgery.

"Khaki is being saffronised so much that it has never been done in any other state before. Delhi Police personnel have earned respect for khaki by sacrificing their lives, but the Centre is saffronising the Delhi Police," Sisodia alleged.

The Deputy Chief Minister said that the biggest challenge for the AAP government is to "tackle  the attitude" of the BJP-led Central government.

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