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Will Pakistan decide who the Indians should vote for? Asks Yogi Adityanath | Election of Delhi 2020 Election News


NEW DELHI: Uttar Pradesh Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath accused Arvind Kejriwal on Monday of having an “association” with Pakistan and asked the people of Delhi not to vote for the head of the AAP, as that will make Happy Pakistan.

Increasing his attack on Shaheen Bagh’s protest, Adityanath said that the protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) is simply an excuse for people to unleash their anger against scrapping Article 370.

“You must have seen his association in 370. Arvind Kejriwal used to speak in the same voice as Imran Khan about Article 370. You must have heard it.

“Now, when elections are held in Delhi, who speaks in favor of Arvind Kejriwal? They are the ministers of Pakistan. They are aware that Kejriwal is feeding ‘biryani with protesters in Shaheen Bagh,” he said, referring to the minister of Pakistan. Fawad Chaudhry’s tweet asks the Indians to defeat Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Adityanath addressed three demonstrations on Monday in the national capital before the elections to the assembly.

“Will Pakistan decide who the Indians should vote for? If voting for Kejriwal will make Pakistan happy, if it is done,” he asked at a rally in Mehrauli.

Adityanath said his Delhi counterpart, Kejriwal, has become a “toy in the hands of anti-social and anti-Indian elements.”

Addressing a rally in Vikaspuri in western Delhi, he said that Kejriwal is not concerned with key issues such as the supply of drinking water, but he is worried about Shaheen Bagh, the site of protest against the amendment against citizenship.

At another rally in Uttam Nagar, in western Delhi, Adityanath said that Kejriwal has played with the emotions of the people of Delhi for the past five years.

“It obstructed the development of Delhi. And knowingly and unknowingly, it became a toy in the hands of anti-social and anti-Indian elements,” said Adityanath.

The protest in Shaheen Bagh, he said, has disrupted traffic in the capital.

“A guest with an appointment to meet him at 9.30 in the morning could only arrive at 11. He told me that he had left as early as 7 in the morning, but that he got stuck due to traffic in Shaheen Bagh “, said.

The Uttar Pradesh prime minister also criticized Kejriwal for “sympathizing” with elements that, he said, gave slogans against India at Jawaharlal Nehru University.

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