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“Even Hitler gave work to Lackeys”: Arvind Kejriwal’s overall attack on Prime Minister


“Ask Vivek Agnihotri to post The Kashmir Files on YouTube,” said Arvind Kejriwal.

New Delhi:

Delhi Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal today launched an overall attack on the BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi from the floor of the Delhi meeting. Get in the BJP about the movie The Kashmir FilesMr Kejriwal delved into history and quoted the German dictator Adolf Hitler.

“Even Hitler gave work to his lackeys. What did he (Modi) give you?” Mr Kejriwal said: “Kejriwal even works for you. If someone in your family is ill, Kejriwal provides medicine for you, not Modi. Open your eyes, leave BJP and join AAP,” the Delhi prime minister added. .

Earlier in his speech, Mr Kejriwal attacked the BJP over his demand to make The Kashmir Files tax-free in the national capital.

“Why are you asking us to make it tax free? If you’re so eager, ask Vivek Agnihotri to post it on YouTube, it’s all going to be free. Everyone will be able to see it in a day. Where’s the need to make it tax-free, ā€¯Kejriwal said amid laughter and pounding of desks by members of the Delhi Assembly.

When he took on Prime Minister Modi, he said that even after ruling the country for eight years, the prime minister “should take the help of a movie for political gain”.

PM Modi earlier praised the movie, saying it made the “whole ecosystem” roar, claiming to be the torchbearer of freedom of expression but not wanting the truth told.

The Kashmir Filesbased on the exodus of Kashmiri Pandits from the Kashmir Valley due to terrorism, a political storm kicked up.

While the states ruled by the BJP offered tax concessions and gave government officials permission to look into it, the opposition argued that it was “one-sided” and criticized the portrayal of excessive violence.

The film has been declared tax-free in most BJP-governed states, including Uttar Pradesh, Tripura, Goa, Haryana, Gujarat and Uttarakhand.

The Delhi BJP slammed the prime minister over his remarks. Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta said Mr Kejriwal’s response showed his “insensitivity to the pain of Kashmiri Pandits”.

“AAP has in the past supported the demand for a referendum by Kashmiri separatists … So, appreciation for The Kashmir Files movie can not be expected from him (Mr. Kejriwal), “he said according to the news agency Press Trust of India.

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