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Delhi 2020 elections: the Bhagavad Gita taught us, is that terrorism? asks CM Arvind Kejriwal’s daughter | Election of Delhi 2020 Election News


NEW DELHI: Before the polls of the Delhi assembly, the daughter of Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Harshita Kejriwal, criticized the BJP and asked if it was terrorism, if his father had taught him the Bhagavad Gita.

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“They say the policy is dirty, but it is a new low point. Is it terrorism if health facilities are released and taken away from people? Is it terrorism if children are educated? Is it terrorism if supply is improved of electricity and water? ” Harshita said.

“My father has always been in social services. I still remember that he used to wake us up: my brother, my mother, my grandparents and I, at 6 in the morning, made ourselves read Bhagwad Gita and sing, ‘Insaan are insaan ka ho bhaichara “Song and teach us about it. Is this terrorism? Allow them to denounce accusations, bring 200 deputies and 11 chief ministers. Not only us, but also two ordinary people who are also campaigning. They will show them on February 11. if they cast votes on the basis of complaints or work done, “he added.

When asked about the fact that Uttar Pradesh Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath made fun of Kejriwal’s disease, the wife of Delhi’s Prime Minister Sunita Kejriwal said: “I pray to God to stay healthy. this is his attitude, then he will only understand. I don’t know if he is able to sleep at night after saying all this. ”

He also said that people have assured him that his vote will go to the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the next elections to the Delhi assembly.

“People are watching the accusations imposed on us. But they assure us that their vote will go only to ‘jhaadu.’ It is very discouraging to see the accusations made to a person who is working so hard,” Sunita said. .

“This is a democracy. Whoever chooses the people has to govern. In the past five years, Arvind has traveled a lot to the 70 constituencies of Delhi. People are our family.”

Times of India