Delhi elections 2020: Assembly election campaign in Delhi is in full swing and after a week it is to be voted on. After 22 years, the continuation of disputed statements by the BJP, which wants to hold the power of Delhi, continues. Party leader Kapil Mitra said that along with Shaheen Bagh, we will also vacate the Chief Minister’s residence.
- We will also vacate the Chief Minister’s residence in Delhi: Kapil
- Will not allow to run modules like ISIS: Tarun Chugh
The controversial statement of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders on Shaheen Bagh continues. After Home Minister Amit Shah, Union Minister Anurag Thakur, MP Pravesh Verma and BJP Secretary Tarun Chugh, now BJP candidate from Model Town Kapil Mishra targeted the Kejriwal government on the pretext of Shaheen Bagh.
Bharatiya Janata Party leader and candidate Kapil Mishra said that along with Shaheen Bagh, the Chief Minister’s residence will also be vacated. He further said, ‘If AAP had built hospitals, built flyovers, built colleges, roads, schools in five years, AAP would not have needed to build Shaheen Bagh. Now that the AAP has already built Shaheen Bagh, then along with Shaheen Bagh, we will also vacate the Chief Minister’s residence.
Tarun Chugh- We will not let Syria become
Before Kapil Mishra, BJP national secretary Tarun Chugh also attacked the protesters of Shaheen Bagh. He said in his tweet that the protesters in Shaheen Bagh are trying to create fear in the public’s mind by blocking roads.
In Shaheen Bagh, protesters, mostly women, have blocked an area connecting the main road with Noida in south-east Delhi, causing hardship for locals and commuters, especially office goers. He said that we will not allow Delhi to become Syria and will not allow them to run modules like ISIS where women and children are used.
Chugh tweeted that the protesters are trying to instill fear in the people of Delhi by blocking the main road. We will not let this happen, (we will not allow Delhi to burn).
Shah also targeted Kejriwal
Union Home Minister Amit Shah has also targeted Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal in his constituency Jor Bagh in New Delhi. Amit Shah had said, ‘Has Kejriwal become like Indira? Just like India is Indira used to say, this is how Kejriwal thinks that Kejriwal means Delhi, how can insulting Kejriwal be an insult to Delhi?
Similarly, at the BJP headquarters, National General Secretary Arun Singh said that one lakh people go to Noida daily. Due to the ongoing protests in Shaheen Bagh for several days, he is taking two and a half to three hours, whereas in the first half an hour he reached Noida. Now they are having problems.
original source: Aajtak