Kejriwal was harassed in Gujarat

Kejriwal was harassed in Gujarat
Kejriwal was harassed in Gujarat

BJP workers have been accused of harassing Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in the state of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. When Aam Aadmi Party (UP) chief Kejriwal arrived at Vadara airport in Gujarat on Tuesday, he was allegedly surrounded by BJP workers who deliberately shouted ‘Modi Modi’ slogans and taunted him.

In response to the sloganeering of the BJP workers, the AAP leaders and workers who appeared at the Vadara airport raised counter slogans, leading to military tension in the airport premises. Eventually the situation was brought under control with police intervention.

After this, at a party meeting in Bhadara town, Kejriwal alleged that the administration in BJP-ruled Gujarat was preventing them from holding meetings and meetings. He said, at least 13 owners of land, halls and guest houses have been threatened for not allowing our meetings and gatherings.

Assembly polls are scheduled to be held in Gujarat by the end of this year. Before that, Kejriwal started a series of visits to Modi’s state. He claimed that this time Gujarat will be freed from the equation of BJP vs Congress for three decades. UP will have a direct fight with Padma-Shibir. On Tuesday, he said, if AAP comes to power, the illegal trade of liquor will be completely stopped in Gujarat. The old pension scheme will be re-introduced for retired government employees.

Source: Anandabazar

Bangladesh Journal/MR

The article is in Bengali

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