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Kejriwal Slams Centre, Calls PM Modi a “Tyrant” at Ramlila Maidan Rally

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal launches scathing attack on Centre during ‘Maha Rally’ at Ramlila Maidan.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal launched a scathing attack on the Centre during the Aam Aadmi Party’s ‘Maha Rally’ at Ramlila Maidan. Kejriwal labeled Prime Minister Narendra Modi a “tyrant” and accused him of failure at every step, while terming the Centre’s ordinance as “Hitlersahi”. The rally was organized to protest against the ordinance and protect democracy and the constitution.

Kejriwal took the opportunity to criticize Delhi’s seven MPs, whom he accused of being “slaves to the BJP” and obstructing the development work in Delhi. He urged the gathered crowd to conduct a Facebook Live from Ramlila Maidan, aiming to reach a live viewership of one lakh.

Expressing gratitude to senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi for fighting their case in the Supreme Court, Kejriwal highlighted the court’s favorable order on May 11, which was subsequently rejected by PM Modi on May 19. Kejriwal criticized Modi’s ordinance, emphasizing that it undermines democracy and the principles outlined by Babasaheb Ambedkar.

The Chief Minister accused PM Modi of hindering his work and launching daily verbal attacks, while also accusing him of demolishing Mohalla Clinics, stopping Yoga Classes, and withholding medicines in hospitals. Kejriwal challenged Modi’s leadership and pointed out his own achievements, including providing free electricity to the poor.

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Kejriwal claimed to have garnered support from leaders of different political parties who oppose the central government’s ordinance. He accused Modi of neglecting development in Gujarat and alleged that the Prime Minister only visited a makeshift school for photo opportunities.

Referring to the imprisonment of former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish and Health Minister Satyendar Jain, Kejriwal asserted that the arrests were an attempt to impede Delhi’s progress. However, he expressed confidence in the commitment of his party members to continue driving development.

Concluding his speech, Kejriwal shared a story about a fourth-grade educated king, linking it to catastrophic incidents in the country, and emphasizing the importance of education for effective governance.

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