Prakash Javadekar calls Arvind Kejriwal a 'terrorist', says 'enough evidence' exists to prove that
Union minister Prakash Javadekar also raked up the issue of Delhi CM Kejriwal 'staying a night at the Moga residence of Khalistani commander Gurinder Singh during the Punjab Assembly polls'.
NEW DELHI: Union minister Prakash Javadekar on Monday said Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had called himself an "anarchist" and there is not much of a "difference between and an anarchist and a terrorist".
His remarks come a few days after the Election Commission (EC) issued a show-cause notice to BJP MP Parvesh Verma for allegedly calling Kejriwal a "terrorist".
"Kejriwal is now asking with a sad face, 'am I a terrorist?' You are a terrorist and there is a lot of evidence to prove that. You yourself had said you are an anarchist. There is not much difference between an anarchist and a terrorist," the senior BJP leader said at a press conference.
#WATCH Union Minister Prakash Javadekar in Delhi: Kejriwal is making an innocent face & asking if he is a terrorist, you are a terrorist, there is plenty of proof for it. You yourself had said you are an anarchist, there is not much difference between an anarchist & a terrorist. pic.twitter.com/vRjkvFKGEO— ANI (@ANI) February 3, 2020
Javadekar also raked up the issue of Kejriwal "staying a night at the Moga residence of Khalistani commander Gurinder Singh during the Punjab Assembly polls".
"You knew it was a militant's house. Still, you stayed there. How much more evidence do you need?" he said.