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BJP’s Manoj Tiwari says Kejriwal wants to remove me in Mob Attack

BJP's Manoj Tiwari says Kejriwal wants to remove me in Mob Attack
BJP's Manoj Tiwari says Kejriwal wants to remove me in Mob Attack

After accusing Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of technology a fake chilli assault on himself, Delhi BJP president Manoj Tiwari on Friday alleged that Kejriwal had been fomenting a feeling of hatred so as to remove him in a mob assault.

Tiwari, who’s campaigning in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh, claimed on Friday that Kejriwal had turned against him since he had subjected that the Delhi government on several fronts.

“Kejriwal had engineered this bogus chilli assault on himself so he could create an atmosphere of hatred against me and get me killed in a mob attack,” Tiwari alleged at Bhopal.

Tiwari, who’s also a documented Bhojpuri singer and actor, made it crystal clear he didn’t fear for his own life also vowed to expose the corrupt politicians.

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The BJP leader also disclosed he would move privilege motion against AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan for supposedly attempting to throw off the dais throughout Signature Bridge inauguration earlier this season.

Tiwari also claimed he was encouraged by Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on’Twitter’ to attend the role.

The BJP MP also came down heavily on the sealing drive in Delhi, stating it has generated a’Syria like scenario’. “Individuals urge governments with folded hand to get a couple of hours of comfort when sealing officer tactics them marriages and other purposes,” he added.

When asked why the seers are turning against the BJP over the Ram temple issue, Tiwari blamed the Congress for delay and expected Supreme Court would provide a favourable verdict following January.

“I am certain that after the court verdict, the temple building would start by January end,” he explained asserting the Ayodhya was not a political dilemma to the BJP.

Tiwari also flayed senior Congress leader CP Joshi for his casteist remarks against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Minister Uma Bharti.

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The BJP MP stated the episode exposed the Hindutva picture of Congress president Rahul Gandhi.

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