HUGE Debate Breaks Out After Arvind Kejriwal Posts 'Broom-Swastika' Political Attack, BJP Claims Delhi CM 'berated Hindu Sentiments'

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Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday posted a tweet, sharing a picture which shows a man use a broom, which is his party's symbol, literally chasing away Nazi symbol - a Swastika. 

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Updated On:

Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday posted a tweet, sharing a picture which shows a man use a broom, which is his party's symbol, literally chasing away Nazi symbol - a Swastika. 

He posted the picture with the caption saying 'Someone sent this...'

 

 

The controversial picture has landed Arvind Kejriwal and the AAP party into yet another trouble with BJP leaders and social media users have slammed the Delhi chief minister accusing him of disrespecting the Hindu symbol of 'Swastika'. 

Taking to Twitter, Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari posted a tweet, saying that it hurt to 'power hungry' Arvind Kejriwal berating Hindus and Hinduism when it suits his vote calculations'. He further demanded the Delhi police to take actions against the Chief Minister. 

Taking the tirade against Arvind Kejriwal, BJP Delhi spokesperson Tajinder Pak Singh Bagga also slammed the AAP chief asking him to not to insult the symbols of Hinduism which are popularly worshipped by the Hindus. 

Other social media users also posted messages hitting out at Kejriwal, calling him out for the derogatory image of Swastika being chased away by man with a broom. One of the Twitter users termed the tweet as 'disgusting', adding that the Nazis stole the Swastika and disfigured it in one of the vilest acts of cultural desecration.

While the image could depict both Hindu symbol of Swastika and the Swastika symbol 'stolen' by the Nazis. However, neither Kejriwal’s tweet nor the caption of the image has the clarification on the same. 

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