Delhi crying, Kejriwal busy in his cheap politics

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The national capital has been crying over the various issues prevailing in the city and the Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal has been busy in playing the cheap politics to please the vote banks.

Arvind Kejriwal has announced a grant of one crore rupees to the former soldier who committed suicide in Delhi. It was the best moment for the AAP national convener to hit the headlines.

The AAP party has shown its ugly face and the people came to know that the AAP party is not different from other political outfits. When the OROP soldier was committing the suicide, not a single AAP worker or volunteer stopped him.

It means the AAP volunteers and workers were directed to not stop the OROP soldier when he was consuming the poison. The AAP head directed his party volunteers and workers to use the moment for the cheap politics.

Kejriwal did not announce reward for the soldiers who martyred at Uri. Even he had termed the surgical strikes fake. He had pointed finger at the Indian Army commandoes who conducted the surgical strikes.

At that time the entire nation was proud of our government and moreover, all political parties supported the centre government except Arvind Kejriwal who was playing politics.

In 2015, the AAP party was busy in its political rally at Jantar Mantar and a farmer committed the suicide in front of AAP national convener Arvind Kejriwal.

Kejriwal was addressing the gathering and the farmer was committing the suicide but Kejriwal did not stop his speech and finally the farmer ended his life.

Hence, it is proved that the AAP party and its leaders only play cheap politics to woo the vote banks. AAP can only play the vote bank politics and the party has nothing to do with the lives of innocent people.

 

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