It will send out wrong message if India’s biggest party indulges in hooliganism, says Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

AAP Chief Arvind Kejriwal. File Photo

AAP Chief Arvind Kejriwal. File Photo

In the event that the country’s greatest party enjoys hooliganism, it will convey an off-base message and the nation can’t advance in such a situation, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Thursday, a day after the BJP’s childhood wing individuals supposedly vandalized property outside his home.

The BJP’s childhood wing harmed property outside Kejriwal’s home on Wednesday during a dissent against his comments on the film ‘The Kashmir Files’.

“Arvind Kejriwal isn’t significant however the nation is. I can set out my life for the country. India won’t advance through such hoolignanism.

“In the event that the greatest party of the country, which is in power at the Center, resorts to such hooliganism, it will spread an unfortunate message among individuals. Individuals will imagine that this is the correct method for managing (with anything),” he said at an occasion.

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Vice president Minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday had blown up at the BJP, it was a “intrigue to kill” Kejriwal as the saffron party can’t overcome the Aam Aadmi Party in decisions to assert that it.

The BJP, notwithstanding, has blamed the AAP for prearranging a dramatization and playing the “casualty card” after the ”public indignation” against Kejriwal’s comments “taunting” uprooted Kashmiri Pandits.

Delhi Police have captured eight individuals regarding the supposed defacement at Kejriwal’s home. PTI

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