On Uri attack, only condolence from Kejriwal’s side



When the AAP head Arvind Kejriwal had taken the reins of Delhi in 2015, he was very much concerned for the welfare of soldiers of defence and paramilitary forces. Moreover, he gave financial assistance of Rs 1 crore to the family of CRPF Jawan Narrotam Das who was killed in a Maoist attack in Bihar.

Kejriwal had promised that the Delhi government would always concern about the welfare of families of those soldiers who would lay their lives for the country. At that time, the AAP government made tall claims and announced the rewards.

However, the claims were done to please the voters. The AAP-led Delhi government did not announce financial assistance to the soldiers killed in Pathankot. Moreover, Kejriwal only sent his condolence to the families of 18 soldiers who laid their lives in Uri attack. He has nothing to offer except his condolence.

A post has uploaded on Aam Aadmi Party Punjab page on Facebook depicting the grants announced by the Delhi government for the security personnel. Narrotam Das was the only soldier whose family received a grant from AAP government.

It is evident that the AAP has come out with so many political stunts to woo the people. The soldiers who attained martyrdom in Uri terrorist attack deserved for the credit of saving the nation by sacrificing their lives. Moreover, Delhi government could have announced financial assistance to the families of martyr soldiers.

The AAP party has been exposing day by day in front of the people. The people of Delhi have realised their mistake by choosing a Chief Minister who dumped them. Since the existence of AAP party, the AAP national convener dreamt like Alexander, who had a dream to conquer the whole world. Kejriwal also imagined of winning all states leaving the Delhi people in the lurch.




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