Kejriwal blind to AAP ministers' flaws: BJP
The remark came after Arvind Kejriwal blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi after his name was included in a case regarding alleged illegalities in the Delhi Commission for Women
After Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal blamed Prime Minister Narendra Modi for 'dragging' his name in a case regarding alleged illegalities in the Delhi Commission for Women, the BJP has asserted that while Kejriwal has repeatedly been making wild allegations about others, he is somehow conveniently blind to the flaws of several ministers of his own AAP government.
Speaking to reporters, BJP leader O P Sharma said Kejriwal is habitual of making ludicrous charges, but managed to turn a blind eye to the misdeeds by the members of the Aam Aadmi Party.
“Kejriwal is targeting so many others but he is not looking at his own people who are busy raping women, making fake degrees, going to prison and abusing women. He is probably the first man in the world whose tongue’s length has increased by saying lies and had to surgically cut it,” Sharma said.
Sharma added Kejriwal should not get so flustered over the charges that DWC chief Swati Maliwal is facing, instead he should cooperate with the investigation if he thinks he and Maliwal are innocent.
Kejriwal’s fresh attack on the Prime Minister came after the anti-corruption branch (ACB) slapped a police case against Swati Maliwal over complaints of alleged irregular recruitment.
“Don’t know why my name is in the FIR. Without the Prime Minister’s approval, a chief minister’s name doesn’t come in an FIR. What is my role in this? My role has not been mentioned even once in the FIR,” Kejriwal said.