Kejriwal Death threat compliant: Aam Aadmi Party made a foray into politics with the claim to reform and upgrade the level of politics. But it seems that those were mere political sloganeering to garner traction and electoral success. By the time, it attainted power, it indulged in retarded politics in which dereliction of duty, accusations, defamations, corrupt practices and playing victim card has become its favourite pass time.
Earlier, the hypocrisy and double speak of Delhi CM Kejriwal was on full public display. In his address in Delhi assembly, he stressed that PM Modi should provide him necessary security and in case of failure should demit the office. But during his Gujarat election campaign, he himself turn out the request of state authorities to get security cover.
‘Death threat’ Periodic tantrum of Kejriwal
Recently, the BJP MP Manoj Tiwari stated that he was concerned about the safety of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. He sarcastically argued that the Delhi government has not done development work for the public and the disappointed Delhi people may try to harm the CM.
Responding to the remarks of BJP MP, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia alleged that the BJP wants to kill AAP Supremo Arvind Kejriwal.
Later, BJP MP rebutted the AAP Minister and termed the statements as a part of an old script of the Aam Aadmi Party.
Reacting to the allegation, BJP leader Tiwari said, “The way an AAP MLA was thrashed by his own party volunteers for selling MCD poll tickets, I am concerned about the safety of Kejriwal. Sisodia is reading the old script that BJP is conspiring to kill Kejriwal.”
He added that both the Delhi CM and Deputy CM are prophesying doom’s day prediction for other.
In a press conference, he said, “I don’t understand what is going on as Kejriwal claims Sisodia will be arrested, Sisodia himself prophecies that Kejriwal will be murdered”.
Further, he demanded that CBI should probe the alleged suicide of AAP leader Sandeep Bhardwaj suicide. He was found dead at his residence in west Delhi’s Rajouri Garden on 24th of November.
Demanding a high-level probe, he claimed, “Sandeep Bhardwaj was assured a ticket by AAP for MCD polls. But the ticket was sold to someone else which forced him to commit suicide. Forcing someone to commit suicide is like murdering the person”.
Gujarat elections result will rip off his sanctimonious facade
Earlier, on 16th of November, AAP Supremo Kejriwal claimed that AAP candidate Kanchan Jariwala was kidnapped by BJP goons and was prevented from filing nomination for the upcoming election. However, the façade fell off within no time when the so-called kidnapped candidate Jariwala came forward and confessed that he withdrew his nomination by choice and wasn’t kidnapped.
Contrarily, Jariwala accused that the Aam Aadmi Party is involved in a “money-making” business and demanded Rs 1 crores to get a ticket from Aam Aadmi Party.
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Now it seems that when his kidnapping fiasco boomeranged on him, Kejriwal is trying to replicate his rhetorical and insane politics but with a more escalated version that is claiming death threat to himself from the incumbent state government in which it is trying to make inroads.
Pertinent to note that AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal should not trivialise the security concerns of politicians. Keeping aside the political differences, leaders and public representatives should be cautious with their words especially on serious issues like security matters. India has suffered enough at the hands of anti-India forces and suffered tragic loss of Former PM Rajiv Gandhi and Punjab CM Beant Singh. AAP leaders should not make such loose comments and understand the gravity of these charges..
AAP Supremo Kejriwal is mistaken if he thinks that he can keep on deceiving the general public with such wild claims even after the fact that his double speak on such matters have been called off many times.
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