Modi conspired against CMs; people targeted in Bharat Mata’s name: Kejriwal

New Delhi, May 26 (IANS) Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi, saying in his government’s two years, Modi only conspired to destabilise chief ministers in various states while people are being targeted in the name of “Bharat Mata”.

“Two years ago, you promised that Team India shall not be limited to PM but include CMs. Now you conspire to destabilize CMs. Dear PM sir, those who say Bharat Mata ki Jai in Kashmir and those who don’t say it outside Kashmir are being attacked,” Kejriwal said in a series of tweets.

He said that minorities and Dalits are being attacked, and traders and jewellers are disappointed and angry with the central government.

“Dear @narendramodi ji two years ago, you promised education for Dalits but remained silent on Rohith Vemula’s institutional murder,” he said in another tweet.

Accusing Modi of remaining silent over several key issues, Kejriwal posted: “Two years ago you promised corruption-free governance but are silent (like Manmohan Ji) on Vyapam, Lalitgate, mallya, khadse (issues).”

“Dear @narendramodi ji two years ago you promised to reduce Non-Performing Assets (NPA) of banks but allowed defaulter Vijay Mallya to flee from India.”

“Dear @narendramodi ji two years ago you promised farmers minimum profit of 50 percent over input cost but despite thousands of suicides you refuse to act.”

1 Comment

  1. Th guy is getting incincreasingly paranoid and delusional. Dear Kejriwaala – please focus on good governance and people will reward you by electing AAP.

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