Saturday Mar 02, 2019
New Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal slammed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and questioned how many bodies he needs to win the upcoming polls.
Addressing the Delhi Assembly, Kejriwal slammed the Indian premier and his party, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and asked, "I want to ask them, how many soldiers will they get killed for 300 seats. How many more bodies do you need? How many more houses of soldiers will you destroy? How many sons of mothers will you snatch and how many women will you make widows for these 300 seats?"
A former ally of BJP and head of Jana Sena party Pawan Kalyan also slammed the Modi-led BJP and said the party told him two years ago that there will be war before the Lok Sabha elections.
Kalyan, a former ally of the BJP, while addressing an election rally in the Kadapa district said, "I was told two years ago war will be coming. You can understand from this what kind of situation our country is in."
Pawan said war was not a solution to any problem and could cause huge damage to both the countries.
The Jana Sena party chief further said Muslims do not need to prove their patriotism and said they have equal rights.