Arvind Kejriwal Accuses Amit Shah of Insulting Delhiites, Challenges Alleged Remarks

National Desk, 21st: During a recent rally in Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal launched a scathing attack on Home Minister Amit Shah, accusing him of denigrating Delhiites by allegedly referring to them as “Pakistanis.”

Kejriwal condemned Shah’s purported remarks, asserting that they reflected Shah’s arrogance, fueled by speculations of being Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s potential successor. He challenged Shah’s alleged insinuations, emphasizing the diverse electoral mandates AAP has secured across various states, including Delhi, Punjab, Gujarat, Goa, Uttar Pradesh, Assam, and Madhya Pradesh.

Refuting Shah’s claims, Kejriwal affirmed that the supporters of AAP are citizens of India who have placed their trust in the party. He criticized Shah’s demeanor, accusing him of becoming “arrogant” due to his perceived proximity to power.

Kejriwal also referenced ongoing surveys predicting the outcome of the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections, expressing confidence in the prospects of the INDIA alliance and insinuating a forthcoming defeat for the BJP.

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