NEW DELHI -The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has strongly criticised the current speech by Home Minister Amit Shah, asserting that it revealed the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) deep-seated animosity in the direction of Shri Arvind Kejriwal and the AAP. AAP Senior Leader and Rajya Sabha MP Shri Raghav Chadha condemned the Home Minister’s alternative of phrases, deeming them unfitting for a place of such excessive authority, drawing a poignant comparability to the requirements upheld by Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.
Shri Raghav Chadha identified that Amit Shah’s speech inadvertently underscored the efficient governance delivered by AAP since 2015. He contended that the introduction of the Delhi Services Bill was a strategic manoeuvre by the BJP to curb AAP’s rising affect following their resounding victory within the 2015 elections, which had left the BJP bereft of political energy in Delhi.
Expanding on this attitude, Shri Raghav Chadha went on to precise his astonishment on the BJP’s sudden embrace of historic figures like Jawaharlal Nehru, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, people whom the BJP has incessantly criticised prior to now. Chadha wryly famous that whereas referencing these luminaries, the BJP ought to take heed from the ideology of stalwarts like L.Ok. Advani and Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who had championed the reason for full statehood for Delhi.
Turning his consideration to the coalition shaped by AAP and different events, he vehemently pressured the unity of the India Bloc, disregarding BJP’s makes an attempt to sow discord among the many allies. He emphatically reaffirmed their collective dedication to contest the upcoming 2024 elections with unwavering power and dedication.
He additionally took a swipe on the BJP’s confidence in securing victory within the 2024 elections, decoding it as a veiled try to evade accountability for unfulfilled guarantees. He highlighted the rising public discontent over points equivalent to job creation, financial development, and social welfare initiatives, which BJP had pledged to handle.
In phrases of nationwide stability and communal concord, Shri Raghav Chadha criticised the BJP for what he characterised because the celebration’s function in exacerbating communal tensions in states like Haryana and Manipur. He urged the voters to reject the BJP’s politics with a purpose to safeguard the long run well-being of the nation.
Shri Raghav Chadha lamented the current suspension of AAP MPs from Parliament, elevating poignant questions in regards to the BJP’s motives behind these actions. He asserted that this was indicative of the BJP’s unwillingness to have interaction with voices that diverge from their very own. In a considerably defiant tone, he drew parallels between the privilege movement initiated towards him and comparable actions taken towards esteemed leaders like Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Indira Gandhi, and Dr. Manmohan Singh, suggesting that being included on this checklist was a matter of satisfaction.