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Arvind Kejriwal’s All-Out Attack On PM Narendra Modi



“Ask Vivek Agnihotri to put The Kashmir Files on YouTube,” Arvind Kejriwal mentioned.

New Delhi:

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal right now launched an all-out assault on the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi from the ground of the Delhi Assembly. Ripping into the BJP over the film The Kashmir Files, Mr Kejriwal delved into historical past and cited the German dictator Adolf Hitler.

“Even Hitler gave jobs to his lackeys. What did he (Modi) give you?” Mr Kejriwal mentioned.”Kejriwal works even for you. If someone in your family is ill, Kejriwal provides you medicines, not Modi. Open your eyes, leave BJP and join AAP,” the Delhi Chief Minister added.

Earlier in his handle, Mr Kejriwal attacked the BJP over its demand to make The Kashmir Files tax free within the nationwide capital.

“Why are you asking us to make it tax-free? If you are so keen, ask Vivek Agnihotri to put it on YouTube, it will all be free. Everyone will be able to see it in a day. Where is the need to make it tax free,” Mr Kejriwal mentioned amid laughter and thumping of desks by Delhi meeting members.

Then, taking over PM Modi, he mentioned that even after ruling the nation for eight years, the Prime Minister has to “take the help of a movie for political gains”.

PM Modi had earlier lauded the film, saying it rattled the “entire ecosystem” which claims to be the torchbearer of freedom of expression however doesn’t need the reality to be instructed.

The Kashmir Files, based mostly on the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the Kashmir Valley as a result of terrorism, has kicked up a political storm.

As the BJP-ruled states provided tax concessions and gave depart to authorities staff depart to observe it, the opposition contended that it was “one-sided” and slammed the portrayal of extreme violence.

The movie has been declared tax-free in most BJP dominated states together with Uttar Pradesh, Tripura, Goa, Haryana, Gujarat, and Uttarakhand.

The Delhi BJP hit again on the Chief Minister over his remarks. Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta mentioned Mr Kejriwal’s response confirmed his “insensitivity towards the pain of Kashmiri Pandits”.

“AAP had up to now supported the demand for a plebiscite by Kashmiri separatists…So, appreciation for The Kashmir Files film can’t be anticipated from him (Mr Kejriwal),” he was quoted as saying by information company Press Trust of India.

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