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Kejriwal slams Yogi for ‘terrorism sympathizer’ remark, asks voters if they want ‘dirty abuse’


Delhi CM and supremo AAP Arvind Kejriwal. PTI

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo Arvind Kejriwal shared a video of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) activist Yogi Adityanath on Saturday calling him a “sympathizer of terrorism” during a poll in Gujarat. He also presented himself as someone who defends “development” against the “politics of abuse and hooliganism” of the saffron party.

Taking to Twitter, Kejriwal retweeted a video shared by Yogi with the caption, “This specimen of Aam Aadmi party who came from Delhi is actually a terrorism sympathizer.” In the video, Yogi can be seen saying that the AAP leader had ‘opposed the construction of the Ram temple, and even the southern proof of the Indian Army’s surgical strike in Pakistan’ , adding that corruption and terrorism are “the same thing”.

Sharing the video, the Delhi CM wrote in Hindi which roughly translates to: “If you want dirty abuse, hooliganism, corruption or dirty politics then vote for them. If you want schools, hospitals, electricity, water and roads, then vote for me.

The AAP, which won polls in Punjab earlier this year, staged a high-decibel campaign in Gujarat to challenge the ruling party for 27 years, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s 13 years as minister chief.

Kejriwal introduced former news anchor Isudan Gadhvi as the AAP CM candidate. He has spent weeks in Gujarat talking about “development” while appealing to core Hindu BJP voters with demands such as images of Hindu gods on banknotes.

Notably, the big old party, Congress, which increased its vote share in 2017, and ran a quiet campaign or what they call a strategy. The party refused to view the polls as a three-way contest while calling the AAP “just hype.” On the other hand, the BJP also perceives the election as a direct fight with the Congress.

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