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Delhi CM Kejriwal Targets 'Opposition' For Instigating Violence And Riots

Publish On: 18 Dec, 2019 06:25 PM | Updated   |   Arnima  

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kjriwal has launched a veiled attack over the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party of instigating violence in the national capital. The Delh CM, on Wednesday, stated that it is the saffron party who is spreading violence ahead of the upcoming general assembly elections.

The Delhi Chief Minister has alleged that the 'Opposition' has realised that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is winning the upcoming Assembly elections here and thus, are instigating violence to disturb the healthy environment.

While the BJP is the main opposition party in the Delhi Assembly, Kejriwal has accused it of disturbing the peace, stating, "The Opposition is deliberately trying to spread violence in Delhi, in a time when it is clear that AAP is winning the (upcoming) assembly elections."

On the accusations that the rival parties have made on AAP leaders, the Delhi CM said that everyone knows who would be benefited from such acts. The AAP leaders would get nothing out of such deeds. The Delhi Chief Minister stated that opposition, whos is making such acquisitions, is the real culprit behind such acts and they only see benefit in such activities.

"Why AAP will do violence. What will we get out of it? Those who are involved in the violence are doing it as they are scared to lose (the elections),” Kejriwal said.

He further added that everyone now knows who instigates riots in India. The Delhi Chief Minister has, however, requested everyone to maintain law and order and peace. He said that he is worried about the situation in Delhi and everyone should now stand united and maintain peace. “We all have the right to protest but in a peaceful and non-violent manner," appealed Arvind Kejriwal.