New Delhi: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal launched a scathing attack aimed squarely at the Narendra Modi-led BJP government at the Centre “for accomplishing in three years what Pakistan’s intelligence agency, ISI, could not achieve in 70 years”.
Addressing thousands of supporters and party workers at the Aam Aadmi Party’s national convention on its fifth anniversary, Kejriwal said that certain people are trying to make Hindus and Muslims fight among themselves to suit their agenda.
“It is the biggest dream of Pakistan – to divide India between Hindus and Muslims. Those who are doing it, they are ISI agents. They hide behind the mask of nationalism but are ‘desh drohis’. They want to weaken the country. What ISI could not accomplish in 70 years, the BJP did in three years,” he said.
The Conference was held in Ramlila Maidan from where the India against Corruption movement led by Anna Hazare started and later gave birth to the AAP party in 2012.
Party leaders including ministers Manish Sisodia, Gopal Rai, AAP spokesperson Ashutosh, National Secretary Pankaj Gupta and others were present at the programme.