A day after BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi hit out at his rival Arvind Kejriwal in Varanasi, calling him a Pakistani agent, the BJP went all out to attack the Aam Aadmi Party leader.
The BJP has even prepared a short film ‘Agent AK 49” highlighting Kejriwal and key members of his team like Prashant Bhushan for raking up controversial topics like referendum in Kashmir. The BJP termed the AAP as “Arvind Apna Propaganda” party.
Launching a frontal attack on Kejriwal, BJP spokesperson Nirmala Sitharaman said, “Kejriwal is known for dumping things halfway. His IRS (Indian Revenue Service) was dumped half-way. His India Against Corruption (IAC) was dumped half-way. Anna Hazare was dumped half-way. People of Delhi were dumped half-way. Now his candidates from all over the country are also dumped half way.”
“Kejriwal said there are only two constituencies from AAP perspective - Varanasi and Amethi. So what happened to other candidates contesting all over the country? He has distanced himself from the rest of the candidates,” she added.
The specially prepared video prepared by the party and screened to the media also shows Kashmir labelled as part of other countries.