New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal attacks back on Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday over his endorsement of aide-turned-critic Kumar Vishwas’s comments, and said that Modi should appoint him as a one-man force against the terrorists. He stated so referring to the claims made by Kumar Vishwas about Kejriwal. He had claimed that Kejriwal wanted to be the Chief Minister of Punjab or Prime Minister of an Independent nation (Khalistan). His claims had set off a political storm last week.
Speaking at a public meeting in Lucknow yesterday, Kejriwal said that on being raided he had questioned the reason for the raid to which he got a reply stating ‘a poet from Ghaziabad had a dream that Kejriwal was a terrorist.’ He said, “BJP got raids conducted by all agencies but they did not get anything. When I asked, they said a poet from Ghaziabad had a dream that Kejriwal was a terrorist. I ask Modi Ji to remove all agencies and keep that poet on the job. He will tell who is a terrorist.”
At a rally in Punjab PM Modi had asked people to keep a note of claims made by Kumar Vishwas, and said that Kejriwal and his party have the “same agenda” like Pakistan, they want “to break India… to join hands with separatists to get power”.
“They (AAP) are ready to join hands with separatists to get power. They are ready to break the country if required. Their agenda is not different from the agenda of the country’s enemies and Pakistan. That’s why they echo Pakistan’s line on surgical strikes. That’s why they want to increase the network of drugs in Punjab,” PM Modi had said.
PM Modi had said so referring to the interview of Kumar Vishwas with ANI, where he said, “One day, he (Kejriwal) told me he would either become CM (of Punjab) or first PM of an independent nation (Khalistan)… he wants power at any cost”.
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