AAP government on June 23 said the Centre "rejected" its doorstep ration delivery schemes. Chief minister Arvind Kejriwal asked how the country will progress amid so much dispute & politics. Addressing a press briefing, senior Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia said a letter from the Centre on June 22 informed that the Delhi government’s proposal of the scheme has been rejected. The deputy chief minister blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Later in a series of tweets, Kejriwal charged the BJP-led Centre of indulging in disputes with the states. The doorstep ration delivery scheme was rejected on grounds such as what will happen if ration delivery vans break down or get stuck in traffic, how rations will reach beneficiaries living on third floors of a building,” he said in a tweet in Hindi. In another tweet, Kejriwal said having disputes with everyone was not right. A copy of a letter by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, dated June 22, shared by Sisodia raised various objections on ration delivery, administrative and financial aspects of the scheme. Watch the video to know more.