December 5, 2021

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Alleged To Center, Said – Bjp Is Collecting Poll Funding From Farm Laws – Arvind Kejriwal’s fierce attack on Center


Digital Bureau, Amar Ujala, New Delhi
Updated Thu, 17 Dec 2020 05:47 PM IST

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal
– Photo: ANI

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The Delhi Assembly became witness to a special incident on Thursday. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tore the copies of the three agricultural laws on the floor of the assembly. The assembly members then raised slogans of ‘Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan’. The Chief Minister said that in Ghulam India too, the father and uncle of Shaheed Bhagat Singh had similarly forced the British Government to withdraw three disputed laws after nine months of agitation. But now in independent India, farmers are having to make such movements, it is unfortunate.

The Chief Minister demanded the withdrawal of the laws from the Central Government. The Delhi government held a special day-long session on Thursday to discuss the alleged corruption in the municipal corporations. Some members had demanded a discussion on farmer laws in the House.

The Chief Minister said that when the farmers of the country are sitting on a dharna on the streets in terrible cold, they cannot withdraw from their responsibility. The central government should become the advocate of the farmers and not the rich industrialists. He alleged that in this way an attempt is being made to collect election funds for the Bharatiya Janata Party. BJP spends huge amount in elections and this amount is raised in this way.

‘Kejriwal is insulting the constitution’

At the same time, the BJP termed the Chief Minister’s act as ‘shameful’ and said that the Aam Aadmi Party is adopting a ‘double attitude’ on agricultural laws. Party spokesman Naveen Kumar Jindal said that Arvind Kejriwal has insulted the Constitution of India. A Chief Minister who first applies the same agricultural laws in the state on 23 November, on the 17 December, breaks a copy on the floor of the House. This has mocked India’s democracy all over the world. They should avoid cheap popularity and understand their constitutional obligation.

He said that only 6 farmers in the state of Kejriwal, who have become farmer-friendly, have taken advantage of the minimum support price. They should tell how many farmers are getting benefit of their schemes.

‘Why Chief Minister is silent on Delhi’s sit-in demonstration’

Delhi BJP spokesperson Neha Shalini Dua said that the Chief Minister should first pay attention to his Delhi where the women leaders of BJP are sitting on a dharna and the Chief Minister expressing sympathy to the farmers does not even have time to meet them. He said that this session was called to discuss the alleged corruption in Delhi Municipal Corporations, but why the Chief Minister has kept silence on the corruption being done by his party leaders-MLAs.

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A special session of a day was called to discuss the alleged corruption in the municipal corporations of Delhi.

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The Delhi Assembly became witness to a special incident on Thursday. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tore the copies of the three agricultural laws on the floor of the assembly. The assembly members then raised slogans of ‘Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan’. The Chief Minister said that in Ghulam India too, the father and uncle of Shaheed Bhagat Singh had similarly forced the British Government to withdraw three disputed laws after nine months of agitation. But now in independent India, farmers are having to make such movements, it is unfortunate.

The Chief Minister demanded the withdrawal of the laws from the Central Government. The Delhi government held a special day-long session on Thursday to discuss the alleged corruption in the municipal corporations. Some members had demanded a discussion on farmer laws in the House.

The Chief Minister said that when the farmers of the country are sitting on a dharna on the streets in terrible cold, they cannot withdraw from their responsibility. The central government should become the advocate of the farmers and not the rich industrialists. He alleged that in this way an attempt is being made to collect election funds for the Bharatiya Janata Party. BJP spends huge amount in elections and this amount is raised in this way.

‘Kejriwal is insulting the constitution’

At the same time, the BJP termed the Chief Minister’s act as ‘shameful’ and said that the Aam Aadmi Party is adopting a ‘double attitude’ on agricultural laws. Party spokesman Naveen Kumar Jindal said that Arvind Kejriwal has insulted the Constitution of India. A Chief Minister who first applies the same agricultural laws in the state on 23 November, on the 17 December, breaks a copy on the floor of the House. This has mocked India’s democracy all over the world. They should avoid cheap popularity and understand their constitutional obligation. He said that only 6 farmers in the state of Kejriwal, who have become farmer-friendly, have taken advantage of the minimum support price. They should tell how many farmers are getting benefit of their schemes.

‘Why Chief Minister is silent on Delhi’s sit-in demonstration’

Delhi BJP spokesperson Neha Shalini Dua said that the Chief Minister should first pay attention to his Delhi where the women leaders of BJP are sitting on a dharna and the Chief Minister expressing sympathy to the farmers does not even have time to meet them. He said that this session was called to discuss the alleged corruption in Delhi Municipal Corporations, but why the Chief Minister has kept silence on the corruption being done by his party leaders-MLAs.


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