Omar said that sit-in is not solution to problems. "Working together with the central government will solve the problems of Delhi," Omar told reporters after meeting Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde.
"See, there is a difference between an activist or an opposition leader and the Chief Minister," he said, when asked about threat from Kejriwal to stage a sit-in if action was not taken against Delhi Police officials.
He said that people should give time to the Delhi Chief Minister as he had just taken charge.
On being asked to comment on Aam Aadmi Party (AAP)'s national impact, he said, "Let us see how they navigate their way in future.”

"So far, AAP has a blemished image on which they require to work," he said.


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