Arvind Kejriwal Faces Ink Attack in Bikaner! Again!
BENGALURU: The Chief Minister of Delhi and AAP supremo, Mr. Arvind Kejriwal faced the wrath of people for his controversial remarks on surgical strikes by Indian Army across LoC. He became a victim of an ink attack when two young men threw ink at him during his visit in Bikaner, Rajasthan. As reported by The Times of India, police took both perpetrators into custody and one of them is identified as Dinesh Ojha, a youth leader of ABVP.
Kejriwal reacted after the incident through a tweet and said, God bless the attackers and I wish them well. All of this controversy started from 3rd October when Arvind Kejriwal posted a video. In the video, he praised Indian Army for the surgical strikes but appealed PM to publicize proofs so false propaganda of Pakistan will be exposed. From the day one Pakistan is claiming that no strike is carried out in POK.
The message of Delhi CM is interpreted as a disbelief in the Army operation. Major media houses of Pakistan also flashed the news that Delhi CM is also questioning about surgical strikes was carried by Indian Army. He was slammed by people on social media for his remarks on Army operation. On Tuesday evening he clarified on Twitter about his earlier comments, but still Twitterati and public on other social media platforms slammed him for the baseless remarks.
Kejriwal was bashed by Ravi Shankar Yadav, Union law Minister by saying that, we need to keep politics away in the national interests and will have to keep aside from saying anything which can demoralize the armed forces. Social activist, Anna Hazare also criticized Delhi CM and said that, asking proof for surgical strikes is unfair. He further stated that this matter is directly related to the country, border, and the army and mistrusting army is a wrong thing. Army planned a lot to carry out this operation and how can we mistrust them.
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