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Arvind Kejriwal After BJP Vandalism At Home

BJP workers on Wednesday clashed with police outside Mr Kejriwal’s residence.

New Delhi:

A day after vandalism and violence at his residence, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said he could die for the country. Aam Aadmi’s party yesterday said that the BJP was trying to assassinate Mr Kejriwal as it could not defeat him in the election.

“Kejriwal is not important, the country is important. I can die for the country,” he said at an e-autos launch program in Delhi, while training his weapons at the BJP. The Delhi chief minister added that the country’s largest party (BJP) should not be involved in such hooliganism as it sends the wrong message to the country’s youth.

BJP workers on Wednesday clashed with police outside Mr Kejriwal’s residence during a protest against his remarks on the recently released controversial film.Fail Kashmir‘.

Breaking the silence on terrorism, Mr Kejriwal said, “We need to bring the country forward together. We have thrown 75 years into the fighting.” He added that the country will not prosper with this “hooliganism” and everyone needs to work together peacefully for 21st century India.

BJP leaders accused Mr Kejriwal of mocking the “massacre” of Kashmir Hindus shown in the film. Members of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha yesterday showed up at the Delhi Chief Minister’s house where they made a fuss by clashing with police, throwing red paint at gates, damaging CCTV cameras, and breaking boom barriers outside his residence.

Police said that about 150-200 BJP Yuva Morcha protesters had arrived at the CM’s residence around 11:30 a.m. to protest his statement on ‘Fail Kashmir‘in the Delhi assembly. They claimed that they “immediately” removed the troublemakers from the scene and detained about 70 people. Legal action is underway, they said.

Responding to a request by Delhi BJP drafters to declare the film “The Kashmir Files” tax -free in the capital, Arvind Kejriwal joked that it should be placed on YouTube’s free video sharing platform.

“They said yes Fail Kashmir duty free. Well, put it on YouTube it will be free, ”Mr Kejriwal said amid laughter and table slapping by Delhi assembly members.


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