Delhi Elections : ‘Modi Government will not Spare the Anti-Nationals’ – Amit Shah, Challenged Kejriwal to Go to Shaheen Bagh


New Delhi : Policenama Online –  Attacking Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday challenged the AAP chief to go to Shaheenbagh, so that voters can decide whom to vote in the assembly elections. Protests are going on against the CAA in Shaheenbagh.

Shah said at an election meeting in Rithala in northwest Delhi that Kejriwal and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi were against the construction of Ram temple and the repeal of Article 370 and that they did not care about the country’s image and soldiers. He said that the opposition is afraid that the decision will spoil their vote bank.

He asked, “Are you their vote bank? Where is their vote bank? The crowd responded to this,” Shaheenbagh”.

Shah said, “I want to ask Kejriwal whether he is in favor of arresting Sharjeel Imam or not? Are you with the people of Shaheenbagh or not, please tell the people of Delhi.” Imam was one of the early organizers of the protest in Shaheenbagh.

In reply to this, Kejriwal alleged that the Bhagwa party (BJP) is doing ‘Dirty Politics’ on Shaheenbagh. He said that the responsibility of the law and order of the national capital is the responsibility of Center and “If they are saying that they need permission from me, I am giving permission, remove the road jam in an hour.”

In another rally, Shah accused Rahul Gandhi and Kejriwal of doing politics of ‘votebank’ on the national issue and ‘supporting’ the protest of Shaheen Bagh. He said, “The Modi government will not spare the anti-nationals”.

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