INDIA: AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal took a dig at Uttar Pradesh CM Yogi Adityanath over his controversial statement against him over a video. According to the shared video, during an election rally in Gujarat’s Gir Somnath district, the UP CM alleged that Kejriwal is spreading mass-wide corruption and called him a “namoona,” indulging in “vote-bank” politics.
Kejriwal has shared a video of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)’s star campaigner Yogi Adityanath calling him “a sympathiser of terrorism” during a rally in poll-bound Gujarat.
Yogi recalled how Kejriwal opposed Ram Mandir in Ayodhya and raised questions about the surgical strike. The BJP leader said, “Because of its Muslim vote bank, Congress never wanted to respect your faith. That is the reason why Congress was against rebuilding the Somnath temple. But with his strong will, Sardar Patel went ahead with the construction..”
Aravind Kejriwal counterattacked Adityanath and said, “If you want dirty abuses, hooliganism, corruption, or dirty politics, then vote for them. If you want schools, hospitals, electricity, water, and roads, then vote for me.”
The party chief accused BJP of doing negative politics and trying to spoil their party’s name.
Meanwhile, AAP is trying to win the ‘Gujarat challenge.’The full-fledged campaigns are happening around different places in Gujarat. Recently, Amit Shah, in his public speech, assured everyone of good politics. He said rioters were taught a good lesson in 2002, during the Godhra Kand, and BJP will continue to hold a strong grip against violence.