In reaction to the outrageous demand of Delhi’s Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, questioning the intent and authenticity of the center-led surgical strikes, nationalist portrayed him as “Pakistani Hero”
Days ahead of AAP’s rally in Surat, banners carrying his photographs with Burhan Wani, Hafiz Saeed and Osama bin Laden, terming them “heroes of Pakistan”, appeared at different locations across the city on Thursday.
The posters were making a round all throughout Unjha, Gujarat Enunciating a clear link between kejriwal and Hizbul Mujahideen commander, Burhan Wani who was killed in Kashmir, 9/11 mastermind Osama bin and Hafiz seed, co-founder of Lashkar-e-Taiba, expressing where their loyalties lie.
However, as per the usual norms it didn’t take our beloved chief minister to use this opportunity against his contenders after the incident. Kejriwal became immensely furious as he was supposed to meet and greet the families of those killed during the Patel agitation, immediately took refuge in blaming BJP for sabotaging his rally in Gujarat.
“The banners had been put up by BJP workers as they don’t want Kejriwal meeting to take place. We have removed eight such banners. We are expecting over one lakh people to attend Kejriwal’s public meeting. AAP leaders Kumar Vishwas and Sanjay Singh will also accompany Kejriwal.”
He added, “Kejriwal will meet Gujarat PAAS spokesperson Varun Patel in Ahmedabad on October 15. We have extended the invitations to Surat PAAS co-convenors Dharmik Malaviya and Alpesh Katheriya and other PAAS members to meet Kejriwal in Surat.”
Surat city BJP president Nitin Bhajiyawala said, “We have told BJP workers that they should not oppose Kejriwal’s visit to Surat. I am sure no BJP worker will do this (put up such posters). A few days ago, a few banners featuring Kejriwal were blackened. They alleged that it was the BJP’s doing. But, later, it was found that AAP worker Ajit Tiwari of Surat was had done that. AAP leaders are resorting to such tactics to get publicity and, on the other hand, they are trying to defame us. We have nothing to do with these banners.”