The Gujarat BJP on Friday held protests in lots of cities within the state towards Delhi Chief Minister and AAP nationwide convener Arvind Kejriwal for his remarks against the not too long ago released movie ‘The Kashmir Files’.
During his tackle in the Delhi Assembly on Thursday, Kejriwal had mocked BJP leaders.
“They (BJP) are demanding that the film be declared tax-free in Delhi. Upload it on YouTube, the film will develop into free and everyone will be able to watch it,” he had mentioned.
The Delhi CM additionally said, “Some people are earning crores within the name of Kashmiri Pandits and you (BJP) have been sticking posters of the movie.”
BJP workers burnt effigies of Kejriwal in Ahmedabad, Kutch, and Valsad amid slogans that said solely these supportive of Hindu pursuits would get elected to control.
Gujarat authorities spokesperson and education minister Jitu Vaghani said the Aam Aadmi Get together chief should make it clear which facet he was on when it got here to the displaced community,
“Kejriwal’s behavior is like ‘mooh main Ram, bagal mein churi’ (using piety to cover deviousness). He ought to make his stand clear and say if he’s with those that suffered in Kashmir or not?” Vaghani mentioned.
“You (Kejriwal) can solely perceive their ache if you are thrown out of Delhi just like the Kashmiris have been thrown out of Kashmir. That is the issue of understanding the pain and feelings of those that were wronged. But those who run a drama firm can’t perceive the true ache of people. He (Kejriwal) ought to sit with those that have suffered in Kashmir. There are many Kashmiri Pandit families here,” he said.
Attacking Kejriwal for his comments against Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Vaghani said it was the latter who had taken half in a yatra within the management of Murli Manohar Joshi to unfurl the Tricolour at Lal Chowk in Jammu and Kashmir’s Srinagar in 1991.
Kejriwal, while talking in the Delhi Assembly, had said the PM wanted to take the help of a movie for political positive factors regardless of ruling the nation for eight years.
“If you (Kejriwal) think the movie portrays wrong info then bring your facts to the desk,” Vaghani said.
Incidentally, Kejriwal and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann will attend a roadshow in Ahmedabad on April 2, in what’s being seen as the kickstart of the occasion’s campaign for the Gujarat Assembly polls, scheduled for later this year.