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Kejriwal has become a toy in the hands of anti-national forces

Ahmedabad

Delhi Bharatiya Janata Party has flayed the decision by Kejriwal government to withdraw DTC buses from police personnel deployed for security purpose in view of ongoing farmers agitation. Party president Adesh Gupta, former State Party President & MP Manoj Tewari, MPs  Ramesh Bidhuri, Pravesh Sahib Singh, Gambhir Gautam and Hansraj Hans  have described this as a move which would encourage anarchists.

Adesh Gupta, flaying this decision, said it shows the anarchist mindset of Arvind Kejriwal and said chief minister has habit of insulting security personnel and his ministers and close aides have always supported such elements which is not good for the country.

Manoj Tewari said this decision will only bolster the evil designs of anarchists and anti-social elements and clearly amounts to insulting the national flag.

Ramesh Bidhuri said it was a sad commentary on part of the Kejriwal government that at this critical juncture, instead of helping security forces, it is only supporting the anti-national forces.

Pravesh Sahib Singh, while strongly criticizing the move, said it will directly affect the general security of people of Delhi and instead, it should be whole heartedly complimenting the police personnel in this task.

Gautam Gambhir took a dig at Kejriwal saying someone who could not remain loyal to his own mentor and aides can never become part of Delhi.

Hansraj Hans said Kejriwal should better step down as chief minister of Delhi as he is more interested into other state’s politics because of political gains.

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Kejriwal has become a toy in the hands of anti-national forces