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Raghav Chadha : “Kejriwal’s Rise Considered As Modi’s Alternative”

Raghav Chadha said “AAP formed a majority government in Punjab, and people of the country started considering Kejriwal as the alternative to Modi.”


Mumbai: Raghav Chadha, an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MP, claimed on Friday that the Centre has sent agencies like the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) after his party’s leaders in order to eliminate Arvind Kejriwal, who has emerged as a rival to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in national politics. He claimed that Kejriwal is a threat to the BJP and Modi.

“After AAP won a majority in Punjab [this year], people all throughout the nation began to see Kejriwal as a possible replacement for Modi. In a news conference held while the CBI searched the home of deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia for alleged irregularities in the implementation of the Delhi excise policy 2021–2022, Chadha claimed that the BJP and Modi were terrified of the rising political prominence of Kejriwal.

People had previously asked Modi versus who, according to Chadha. “…at this point, they are comparing Modi to Kejriwal. People across the nation are claiming that they have discovered an alternative to Modi in Kejriwal following AAP’s triumph in Punjab, according to Chadha.

He referred to Kejriwal as the leader of the Indian political party that has had the greatest growth since independence. According to Chadha, “BJP and Modi are scared of Kejriwal’s burgeoning political graph.” Since the AAP took over as the government in Punjab, Raghav Chadha said, their wave has gone across the entire nation. “Kejriwal’s support and popularity are spreading throughout the nation, and people are discussing the Kejriwal style of governing.”

AAP leader Sanjay Singh earlier in the day slammed Modi saying the prime minister cannot stop Kejriwal’s rising popularity. He claimed the real motive behind the raids was not the probe into the policy but to dent Kejriwal’s popularity.


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