When a leader of the country like Narendra Modi greets the nation with humble way, there is Delhi CM and AAP Chief Arvind Kejriwal who greets the nation for Republic Day disrespecting the constitutional authority of the country.
Kejriwal, who has in the past called Prime Minister Narendra Modi “dictatorial”, said on twitter today that India “needs to be protected from Hitler-like forces.”
“I wish all my fellow citizens on Republic Day. This republic needs to be protected from Hitler-like forces,” tweeted Kejriwal.
Although Kejriwal didn’t blatantly say “Hitler-like forces”, but witnessing his love for PM, one can presume that he is referring to PM Modi. However, one might say he is referring to US President Donald Trump, who has in five days taken a slew of decisions that his critics have termed “unilateral” and “dictatorial” but seeing his relationship with PM Modi, he might have been hinting at someone closer to home.
In another tweet today, he alleged that CBI on the behest of PM Modi, barged into his party offices on the eve of Republic Day to seize documents related to his government’s ‘Feedback Unit’.
To recall, the investigative agency registered a preliminary enquiry to look into the setting up of the Unit earlier this month. It was alleged that the unit was designed in order to “gather relevant information and actionable feedback” about officials and departments under the Delhi government.
Last year, Kejriwal alleged that the PM of tyrannical impulse after the latter, referring to the demonetisation announcement on November 8. The Delhi CM also accused Modi of “working against the constitution” after there were crises in the Uttarakhand and Arunachal Pradesh assemblies.
“Modi ji doesn’t have faith either in the Constitution or on democracy. He is ruling in a dictatorial way. He is toppling the opposition governments and working against the Constitution. The Modi Government has got a tight slap twice on its face…first in Uttarakhand and now in Arunachal Pradesh,” Kejriwal told reporters last year.