Amit Shah, next PM of India : Arvind Kejriwal announces at his first election rally.

54

Accused in liquor scam with allegations of money laundering Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal who is out of jail for a brief period after supreme court granted him bail lost no time in taking a dig at PM Modi.

He said PM Modi will make Amit Shah PM of this country.

PM Modi will attain the age of 75 years on Septmember 17 next year.

Kejriwal also claimed that Modi in fact was seeking votes for Amit Shah.

 

If Modi wins this election UP CM Yogi Aditya Nath would be ousted in two months.

 

Kejriwal also hurled allegations against Modi, saying Advani, MM Joshi, Sumitra Mahajan, Vasundhara Raje, Manohar Lal, Raman Singh are now out of politics because Modi wanted so.

Even Shiv Raj Chauhan who tirelessly worked for BJPs victory in Madhya Pradesh was not allowed to be CM.

Now, next in line is UP CM Yogi, said Kejriwal.

Kejriwal while appearing at his first election speech at party office had infact convened a press conference but due to presence of large number of workers it took shape of a rally.

PM Modi, he said, has embarked upon a dangerous mission of one nation one leader theory.

Modi plans to finish off all leaders by sending them behind bars.

Leaders like, Mamra Bannerji, Tejaswi Yadav,Stalin, Pinarai Vijyam and Udhav Thakrey would all be in Jail, if Modi wins this election, said Kejriwal.

He said, BJP knows well that it cannot defeat his party in Delhi.

That is why BJP conspired to send him behind bars. But they won’t be able to trap him.

Instead of resigning Hemant Soren should have run the government from inside the jail like him.

On the other hand Punjab CM Bhagwant Man has said, BJP would not be able to form government at the centre without the help of Aam Admi Party.

Kejriwal would be back to bat on the same pitch and BJP/Congress would loose all the thirteen seats in Punjab. AAP will get all seats, he claimed.

After coming to the venue Kejriwal thanked Lord Hanuman first. 

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.