Kejriwal: Pakistan openly helping Modi, wants to cause riots in country

By  Shimon Chadha | Updated:  Apr 12, 2019, 03:12 PM

Arvind Kejriwal
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s remarks on April 9, that he would like the BJP to be back in power, as it might help facilitate a “better chance at peace talks”, have been quoted by many opposition leaders, such as the Congress and the CPI, stating that the BJP and Pakistan have “officially allied” and that “a vote for BJP is a vote for Pakistan”. These remarks are mainly a repercussion by the opposition for when the BJP had accused Congress and regional parties like the TMC for “supporting Pakistan” and “speaking Pakistan’s language” post the aforementioned parties asking for evidence of the Balakot airstrikes. Khan’s statement has added fuel to the fire and provided ammunition to the opposition for attacking the BJP, instead of defending themselves. 
 
The latest entrant to the troop of aggressors is Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party founder, Arvind Kejriwal. Kejriwal responded to a tweet by BJP President Amit Shah, that promised to “remove all infiltrators from the country”, by saying that BJP had managed to “damage India’s brotherhood” in five years, something that the Congress did not do in 70 years. The AAP was allegedly supposed to form an alliance with the Congress in Delhi for the ongoing general elections, but the Congress refused to comply. 
 
The Delhi CM went on to say that PM Narendra Modi and Pakistan were together aiming to cause rioting in India, and thus the PM was “openly being helped” by Pakistan. 
 


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