Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi and the national convener of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), asserted on Sunday that many members of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which is currently in power, secretly support the AAP and want to see their own party defeated in the upcoming assembly elections.
“The state of Gujarat is experiencing a wind of change. People want optimism after 27 years since all they have experienced is corruption and bad government, he remarked at a rally in the tribal-dominated Valsad district.
Kejriwal was in the western state for a two-day tour along with Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann ahead of this year’s assembly elections.
The Delhi Chief Minister attacked the BJP for the “anti-Hindu” posters that appeared in many Gujarati cities on Saturday, calling people who were behind them “demons and descendants of Kans.”
According to Kejriwal, “I meet a lot of BJP leaders and workers who nefariously implore me to do something to undermine the ruling party.” “I want to advise all BJP members and leaders who wish to destroy their organization to covertly support AAP.”
“I know you have your enterprises,” he said. If you ally yourself with the AAP, they will harm your company. While you remain there, you work covertly to stop it. Congress employees don’t need to worry; you can quit your party and join the AAP. Forget the celebration.
The Delhi CM claimed that anyone who blaspheme god are referred to as “rakshas” on the banners that labelled him “anti-Hindu” (demons). God-insulters are referred to as “Kans ki aulaad” (descendants of Kans). What might demons have done in the past? When they entered a village, they would engage in hooliganism and harass and rape women.
Kejriwal, who identified himself as a follower of Lord Hanuman, said that he was born on the day of Janmashtami and that his home nickname was Krishna. “And Lord Krishna has blessed me and given me a specific mission to eliminate their Kans descendants. Public is supreme. I need your assistance. Will you help me finish the demons and the job of God?” he said.