Accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of inciting riots, Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal said that Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi may love Modi but he hates him.
In an apparent jibe over Congress chief’s statement that he only has love for PM Modi despite his attacks on Rahul’s late father Rajiv Gandhi, Kejriwal, during an interview with News18 India, said that Rahul may love Modi but he does not.
The Delhi CM added that he cannot love a person who is playing with the Constitution and inciting lynching and riots.
Kejriwal also accused PM Modi of having some setting with Pakistan and said that despite a war-like situation between both the countries, Pakistani PM Imran Khan is wishing for a second term of Modi.
The AAP chief also claimed that as soon as he raised questions on relationship between Modi and Imran Khan, he was attacked. This was the fifth attack after assuming the post of Delhi’s chief minister, Kejriwal said.
Earlier, on 4 May, Kejriwal was slapped by a disgruntled party supporter during a road show in Delhi.
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