Arvind Kejriwal Accuses BJP Of “Operation Jhaadu” To Quash AAP

Mumbai: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of launching a campaign named “Operation Jhaadu” to crush the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), perceiving it as a formidable opponent. Addressing party workers ahead of the proposed protest march to the BJP headquarters, Kejriwal emphasized the need for readiness to confront upcoming challenges.

“Prime Minister Narendra Modi is apprehensive about the AAP’s rapid ascent. They have initiated ‘Operation Jhaadu’ to suppress us. Our bank accounts might be frozen, and we could be forced onto the streets as our offices are seized,” Kejriwal asserted, highlighting the severity of the situation.

He urged party members to remain steadfast, drawing strength from past adversities and divine blessings. Kejriwal’s call for resilience resonated as he prepared the cadre for potential obstacles, affirming the AAP’s commitment to truth and societal welfare.

Kejriwal, currently on interim bail in an excise policy case, announced plans for a peaceful march to the BJP headquarters on May 19. He vowed to challenge the Prime Minister directly, inviting arrest if necessary.

Recalling his time in Tihar Jail, Kejriwal shared his spiritual journey, having immersed himself in readings of the Bhagavad Gita and Ramayan.

As tensions escalate between the AAP and BJP, Kejriwal’s strategic move signifies a bold stance against perceived political adversaries.

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