New Delhi, November 26: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said people in Delhi consider him as honest leader, but opined that same cannot be stated for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Kejriwal accused that PM Modi facilitated the exit of alleged fraudsters Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi from the country.
Speaking at the AAP’s sixth foundation day celebrations at the party headquarters, the Delhi CM stated that the Premier’s role in Rafale deal was under the cloud, while Aam Aadmi Party’s has higher purpose of guarding the “ongoing onslaught” on the Constitutional values. AAP Blames BJP for Chilli Attack, Claims Conspiracy to Kill Arvind Kejriwal
The AAP convener said that the party was formed on the Constitution day and it indicates party’s stand. He said that AAP formed government within one year of formation. Kejriwal said, as quoted by The Indian Express, “Many people had predicted our end even before we began. They had said that barring Kejriwal, everyone would lose their deposits. But the AAP went on to form the government within a year of its formation.”
Alleging that both BJP and Congress created hindrance against AAP government since its formation, Kejriwal said, “PM took over our anti-corruption branch by sending paramilitary forces.”
Kejriwal accused the BJP-led Central government played tricks, but could not prove him to be dishonest. He said, “I believe God gave us 67 seats because (BJP President) Amit Shah won’t let us survive otherwise. CBI raided our ministers, police raided my residence. CBI raided my office, Modiji scrutinised 400 of our files, files cases against. Modji tried every trick in the book, but could not find anything against us. The country’s PM gave me a certificate of honesty. Today, people of Delhi can proudly say that our CM is honest, but can the people of the country say our PM is honest?”
The AAP took the opportunity appealing people to compare his government’s works and achievements with Narendra Modi’s works while he was the CM of Gujarat.