Kejriwal on Delhi Protest, Violent Demon New Delhi
Kejriwal on Delhi Protest, Violent Demonstrations Due To Upcoming Elections
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stressed the opposition BJP in the national capital that his Aam Aadmi Party was not doing enough to stop the violence on the amended Citizenship Act. Kejriwal said, "These violent protests are happening due to the upcoming elections in Delhi. Those who are afraid of losing are doing so. I want to appeal to the people of Delhi to keep the peace. The country knows Who is capable of rioting." Today journalists "Opposition is saying that AAP is doing this. Why will AAP do it? The opposition is spreading violence to win elections. AAP is not going to benefit from it. The opposition feels that they will benefit from it. But Delhi People are very smart. The party's national convenor said that a landslide victory in the last election in Delhi ended the long rule of the Congress in the national capital. In 2015 the BJP won only three seats in the assembly. Fresh violence erupted in East Delhi yesterday as hundreds of people marched on the streets in protest against the new law, which hastened the citizenship process of persecuting non-Muslim religious minorities. Buses were burnt near Jamia Millia Islamia University in south Delhi on Sunday, and The protesters clashed with the police. As protests spread to other colleges and universities across the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked people not to argue civilly and use violent means. Elections in Delhi early next year Gonna happen in This will be a big test for Mr. Kejriwal, whose relatively new party did not get much success in the national elections in 2014 and 2019, despite having topped the Delhi elections in 2015. BJP is banking on PM Modi winning elections.