Kejriwal a hostile and anarchist chief minister: BJP

After Arvind Kejriwal targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi over CBI raids, BJP today hit back saying the country has never seen such a "hostile and anarchist" chief minister who is "subverting" the Constitution and is "dangerous" for the country.
Kejriwal a hostile and anarchist chief minister: BJP
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After Arvind Kejriwal targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi over CBI raids, BJP today hit back saying the country has never seen such a "hostile and anarchist" chief minister who is "subverting" the Constitution and is "dangerous" for the country.

"We have seen chief ministers who have not been very conducive or comfortable with the Union Government, but we have never seen such a hostile and an 'anarchist' chief minister. Kejriwal represents one," Union Minister and BJP leader Rajiv Pratap Rudy said.

He alleged that Kejriwal is using his constitutional position as chief minister to "subvert" the Constitution.

"Such men are dangerous for the system in particular and the country at large," Rudy said.

After Kejriwal mounted a fierce attack on Prime Minister for protecting Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and Delhi Assembly passing a resolution to form a Commission of Inquiry to probe alleged corruption in DDCA, Rudy said he is "wasting" the public resources for his own political gains.

"The debate in the Assembly indicting a Union minister is absolutely unconstitutional and reflects the larger system of his dangerous and anarchic temperament," the BJP leader said while hitting out at Kejriwal.

The Minister said by "failing" to discharge his own duties as a chief minister and to serve the mandate which was given to him in Delhi, he chooses to work and build a rhetoric against the Union government which is based on "complete falsehood".

"Wasting the resources of Delhi state by convening sessions and becoming a burden on the exchequer for his own political purposes and gains," he said.

Mounting a fierce attack on the Prime Minister, Kejriwal today demanded his resignation over what he termed was a "flop raid" by the CBI at the Delhi Secretariat to "protect" Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in the alleged DDCA scam.

"I seek Prime Minister's resignation for conducting such a flop raid and for misusing the CBI. If he uses the CBI to get any file then the country will have no democracy left.Tomorrow there can be raids on any Chief Minister. This is dangerous for the country's federal structure," he said.

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