AAP Is The Only “Antidote” To The BJP In Gujarat

On Monday, Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi Chief Minister, and Aam Aadmi Party national convenor conducted a roadshow in the Mehsana district to highlight the party’s growth in poll-bound Gujarat.

Mr. Kejriwal addressed the audience and blasted out at the governing BJP in the state, saying, “People are terrified to express anything against BJP.”

People claim that if they criticize the BJP, they will be intimidated and assaulted. Since Gujarat is set to transform, there’s no reason to be concerned.”

Gujarat will hold Assembly elections later this year.

“AAP is the only remedy for BJP,” Mr. Kejriwal said during his day-long visit to the western state, where the party is looking to expand its wings following its landslide victory in Punjab.

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Mr. Kejriwal has already criticized the BJP for the latest ‘targeted murders’ in Kashmir, calling it a “massacre of Kashmiri Pandits.”

“It is not acceptable that Kashmiri Pandits are being massacred. Kashmiri Pandits have had to relocate twice in the previous 30 years while the BJP was in power. “I would urge the administration to take whatever necessary steps to ensure their safety,” he added.

Mr. Kejriwal, for example, slammed the Centre on Sunday for the ‘targeted murders’ of Kashmiri Pandits in Jammu and Kashmir, claiming that Kashmiri Pandits were being “forced” to flee their homes and claiming that the “BJP is incapable of managing Kashmir.”

“Kashmir was ours, belongs to us, and will stay ours,” Mr. Kejriwal declared at the Aam Aadmi Party’s Jan Aakrosh Rally at Jantar Mantar in Delhi. Pandits in Kashmir were being pushed to flee their homes, as occurred in the 1990s.”

“Whenever a murder occurs in Kashmir, the media reports: ‘The Home Minister convened a meeting.’ There are far too many meetings taking place while people are dying. Now is the time for India to take action. People want the government to take action. He slammed the BJP-led Centre for the targeted murders in the UT, saying, “Tell the nation the plan.”