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Arvind Kejriwal Lashes out at PM Modi after Rahul Gandhi’s Disqualification as Lok Sabha MP

AAP convener lashed out at the saffron party for trying to dominate other parties

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INDIA: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal launched a strong attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi today after the Lok Sabha removed Rahul Gandhi as its member, following his conviction in a criminal defamation case linked to a comment on the surname “Modi”.

India’s political conflict has now taken a new shape. Only the main party has stayed the same, while the other parties are fighting to stay in charge of the upcoming election campaign. Manish Sisodia, a leader in the AAP and the deputy chief minister of Delhi, was recently detained; more recently, a debate erupted over Rahul Gandhi, a leader in the Congress, who was sentenced to prison and disqualified from serving in the Lok Sabha. 

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Meanwhile, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal expressed his concern for the country, which, according to him, is going through a very difficult phase. Thus, he went on to say, “What is going on in the country is very dangerous. These people want to create a One-Nation-One-Party environment by eliminating the opposition. I appeal to the whole country to come forward together. We have to save our democracy.” 

It could also be said that the other parties are not ready to face the consequences; thus, the nature of panic is expressed through their words. Further, the punishment given to Gandhi became a matter of concern for the other leading parties. 

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The AAP convener lashed out at the saffron party for trying to dominate other parties and make a run of only one single party, which is the Bharatiya Janata Party. Taking a direct dig at Modi, Kejriwal said, “It is time for the 130 crore citizens to come together and fight for their rights and to end the dictatorship of PM, Narendra Modi.” 

This could be counted as AAP’s clean support for Congress, and there are possibilities that in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections the left-wing parties could form a coalition government. On the decision of Rahul Gandhi’s elimination from the Lok Sabha, the former Congress chief opted to tweet and wrote, “I am fighting for the voice of India. I am ready to pay any price.”

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Also Read: Delhi Budget 2023-24: AAP Govt Presents Rs 78,800 Crore Budget

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