NEW DELHI – Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal asked the people of India on Sunday to defeat Narendra Modi in order to save democracy in the country. He claimed that if BJP comes to power in 2019 then Narendra Modi will remain the PM forever as there will be no elections in the country after the 2019 polls. Taking a jibe at BJP government on the recent incident of brutal attack on the members of a Muslim family in Gurugram, Kejriwal compared the tactics of Modi government similar to that in the regime of the German dictator, Adolf Hilter.
Kejriwal appealed to every citizen of the country to try its level best to stop Narendra Modi from coming to power again in 2019. He warned and hinted that if BJP wins 2019 elections then it will be the beginning of the end of democracy in India. While putting allegations on BJP, Delhi CM said that BJP government is working on the principles and tactics of the Nazi leader, Adolf Hitler. He further said anyone who is opposing the policies and working of BJP is either brutally killed or beaten mercilessly in the name of “anti-national” activities.
Also, he said the party targets the minority community people and treat them in an inhuman way. Referring to the attacks on the minority community, Kejriwal said the Saffron party brutally killed, harassed, and beaten innocent people for speaking against it. Arvind Kejriwal was attending the function to unveil a book “Vada Framoshi” in which all the replies are compiled under the Right to Information Act to the queries on Central government’s works. Delhi is going to polls for seven Lok Sabha seats on 12 May.