Black ink thrown on Arvind Kejriwal for ‘supporting’ Pakistan and insulting Indian Army


NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday was the victim of another ink attack, this time in Bikaner, Rajasthan. It is still unclear what the motive of the attack’s perpetrators was but Probably it was probably triggered by the wide spread perception that Arvind Kejriwal refuses to trust Indian Army and supports Pakistan claim of no Indian Surgical Strike.

Kejriwal had taken to Twitter on Tuesday evening to clarify comments he’d made earlier on Indian Army’s surgical strikes across the Line of Control. He’d courted controversy on Monday when he appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a video message to expose Pakistan’s “false propaganda” on the Army’s strikes. Pakistan claims they never occurred.

Arvind Kejriwal and his party AAP has a history of supporting Pakistan outrageous claims over that of the Indian Government.
Some interpreted the Delhi CM’s remarks as a sign of his disbelief that the Army conducted the operation. Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad had asked him to “keep politics aside”, and to refrain from doing anything that might cause India’s armed forces to feel shame.
Kejriwal was also criticized by his one-time mentor Anna Hazare. “It is unfair to ask for proof of surgical strikes. I condemn this. The matter is related to the army, country and the border. At this time, it is wrong to mistrust (the army). There was a lot planning done for the operation. In a such a case, how can we mistrust people?” Hazare asked.
Photo: From an earlier ink attack on Arvind Kejriwal