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Two days before the Lok Sabha election in the National Capital of Delhi, Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is conniving with Pakistan and asked why Pakistani PM Imran Khan wants him to be elected again.
Talking to news agency ANI on Friday, May 10, Chief Minister of Delhi said:
"Modi ji is asking vote only on nationalism, he is saying we killed the terrorist by entering Pakistan, therefore vote for us. he is saying this everywhere. A few days back, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan said that he wants Modi ji to be Prime Minister again. I want to ask Imran Khan is it because of this reason that he sent terrorists two months before the election for Pulwama attack? What is the setting between Modi ji and terrorists, Modi ji and Imran Khan, Modi ji and Pakistan?
In 2016 Pakistani ISI agency sent terrorists to attack our air-base in Pathankot, but what Modi ji did? He wrote a letter to Pakistan for investigation. He called the ISI for investigation and they gave themselves clean chit, in 70 years no one has insulted army and country as much as Modi ji did. Four years back, Modi ji went to Nawaz Sharif's birthday, we don't go to our friend's birthday if not invited and Modi ji went uninvited. He went for the birthday of the PM of an enemy nation."
He then went on to allege that PM Modi openly says he will bribe Mamata Ji's MP's and bring his government down. "Modi ji is openly saying that I will bribe and buy your MP's to Mamata ji in Bengal. Is this nationalism? It is a very dangerous game. People, please open your eyes and see. This is dangerous, whatever Modi ji is doing," Kejriwal said.
Earlier when Kejriwal was slapped by a man during a roadshow, he had accused BJP of conspiring to against him.
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