Chief Minister of New Delhi Arvind Kejriwal has said that it was Pakistan tried to divide for many years however Modi and Amit Shah did it in five years.
“Lots of powers have tried to weaken India. It was Pakistan’s dream to divide India for so many years. What Pakistan couldn’t manage to do, Modi and Amit Shah did in 5 years,” says Kejriwal.
“If Modi and Amit Shah come back to power, they will divide the country. People here have come here with one dream: to remove Modi and Amit Shah.”
“Amit Shah said if in 2019 BJP comes power, then it will stay till 2050. If they come back, they will change the constitution,” said Kejriwal.
Earlier, former senior BJP member Yashwant Sinha during his address said that said that the event is not against ‘one man but the ideology of the current government.’
“The rally is not about removing one man from power, we came together to defeat an ideology. We know that whatever has happened is a danger for our democracy,” Sinha said while addressing the mega opposition rally.
Addressing the ‘United India’ rally in Kolkata, National Conference patron Farooq Abdullah called Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) as ‘chor’ machines and said opposition leaders must urge the poll panel to do away with them.
During his address, he accused the BJP government of dividing people on basis of caste and religion. “I am Muslim and I am a Kashmiri, but I am very much a part of this country like everyone else,” he said.