Rahul Gandhi News / CM Kejriwal told BJP dictator on Rahul Gandhi case, appealed to public to save democracy

Zoom News : Mar 24, 2023, 07:04 PM
Rahul Gandhi News: There has been a stir in the Congress and the opposition after Rahul Gandhi lost his membership of Parliament. Some are calling the government a dictator and some are telling something else. In this connection, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday termed the disqualification of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi from the Lok Sabha as an 'act of a scared government'. "The way Rahul Gandhi has been framed and his membership has been terminated...we respect the court, but it is an act of cowardice and an act of a scared government," he told the media.

'Democracy is under attack'

Kejriwal appealed to the people of the country to come forward to save democracy. He said that the way democracy is being attacked, we all have to come together. He said, "This is not the fight of Rahul Gandhi or the Congress, but it is a fight to save the country from dictators and less educated people."

Must unite against the arrogant power

He alleged, “What is happening today is very dangerous. He wants to create an atmosphere of one country, one party. This is called dictatorship." In a tweet, he termed Gandhi's expulsion from the Lok Sabha as "shocking". Kejriwal said that the country is going through very difficult times. He has scared the whole country. 130 crore people have to unite against their arrogant power.