OROP issue: Kejriwal scored self-goal

Arvind Kejriwal

The Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal has scored a self-goal by playing the cheap politics over the issue of the OROP soldier suicide. The AAP national convener has announced a cash award of Rs 1 crore to the family of Ram Kishan Grewal who was from Haryana.

When the Uri terrorist attack happened, the AAP head was pointing fingers at the Indian Army commandoes who risked their lives to fight for the nation. Kejriwal had backed the Pakistani media who ruled out the surgical strikes conducted by Indian Army.

Moreover, the Delhi Chief Minister had sought the proofs of the surgical strikes and termed them fake as centre government’s plan to gain publicity. However, the media houses in India released the video footage of the surgical strikes.

When he himself landed up in trouble, he took u –turn and backed the Indian Army. He faced criticism for raising questions at the credibility of the commandoes of the Indian Army.

Arvind Kejriwal has shown his dirty trick when the OROP soldier was protesting at Jantar Mantar. Ram Kishan Grewal was consuming the poison but the AAP volunteers and workers were silently watching Grewal but did not stop him from consuming the poison.

The AAP party’s main motto was politics only and the party workers were directed to not stop the soldier when he was consuming poison so that the party could play politics over the suicide of the soldier.

As per the information, the police sources revealed that the soldier was instigated to consume poison by AAP workers. Moreover, the AAP head announced Rs 1 crore cash award to the family of the soldier. Why he did not announce any reward for those soldiers who lost their lives in Uri terrorist attack.


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