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Admin Reporter- Ajay

Feb 11 2019


PM Modi's behavior with Opposition party's governments is like Pakistan's PM: Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi,11,February,2019

 

The leaders of several opposition parties are reaching out to support Chandrababu Naidu, who is sitting on a fasting day of fasting to give Andhra Pradesh special status . Rahul Gandhi also met him before leaving for Lucknow. Delhi's CM Arvind Kejriwal also reached Andhra Bhavan to support Naidu. They also alleged that PM Modi discriminated with the CM of the opposition parties.

 

 

 

 

 

Kejriwal accused Prime Minister Modi of behaving like a Pakistani PM He said, "When one becomes the Chief Minister of a state, he is not the only Chief Minister of the party, he is the Chief Minister of the entire state. Similarly, when the Prime Minister becomes the prime minister, he is not the prime minister of the whole country. The manner in which the Prime Minister treats governments of opposing states, then such treats are such that it is not India's Prime Minister of Pakistan.

 

 

 

 

 

Let me tell you that posters were also organized in protest against Prime Minister Modi in Andhra Pradesh on Sunday. Kejriwal accused PM Modi of discriminating on the governments of the states from the forum. To support Naidu on the platform, TMC has also reached Derek-O'Brien. Sharad Yadav, separated from JDU, also came to Naidu.

 

 

 

 

 

Earlier, in Kolkata, Mamta Banerjee's Mega Rally had reached the leaders of opposition parties. Even there, from the forum, CM Arvind Kejriwal united all the parties and appealed to defeat PM Modi and BJP President Amit Shah in the 2019 elections.

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