Dixit said the demolition of jhuggis could have been done with better coordination between the Centre, state and other agencies at an 'appropriate time'.
"You don't run government with egos, you run them for the good of the people and requirements of a particular situation. So, if egos come in the way and you just put blame on everybody... I am sorry that is not the style that is followed in governance", she said without naming Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal.
Her remarks came after Kejriwal's attack on Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi, whom he had called a 'child'. During his visit to Shakur Basti, Gandhi had blamed the Centre and Delhi government for the demolition.

Defending Gandhi for his comments, Dixit said, "Rahul ji has his heart with these poor people. So, the statement made by him is very good."
She said knowing the situation of Delhi, which is not a full state, there has be to better coordination between the Centre and the state government.
"If you don't coordinate, you will always end yourself in a situation like the recent removal of jhuggis from railway land. It is very cold in Delhi this time of the year. So, therefore, to remove them or throw them without giving them an alternative... I don't think its fair at all.

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