The National Spokesman of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) Mr. Manjinder Singh Sirsa today said that Delhi Chief Minister and AAP Convener Mr. Arvind Kejriwal has tried to defame Prime Minister Narinder Modi by leveling allegations that he (Modi) wants to kill him but reality is that people of Delhi have already done his political murder by rejecting all his Lok Sabha nominees in National Capital.
In a statement released here today, Mr. Sirsa said that Mr. Kejriwal has stooped too low only to save his political career. He said that his is always known as master Dramatist who is already mentally and morally corrupt and is unable to run the government. He said that he is aware that all his 7 nominees are losing the election in Delhi and some of them may even forfeit their security.
Mr. Sirsa said that his tweet on murder is a desperate attempt to garner sympathy of the people in face of his imminent defeat. He said that this attempt is infact a last ditch attempt to save his party and his own political future but reality is that people of Delhi have already finished him politically by voting against his party candidates in National Capital.
The SAD leader said that the bitter truth for Mr. Kejriwal is that people are eagerly awaiting the assembly elections of Delhi to get rid of him as soon as possible. He said that during his tenure Mr. Kejriwal has not done a single good for the people and had resorted to all sorts of drama to remain in news. He said that all his promises made in manifesto have been confined to dustbin and development or welfare of people never remained his agenda during all these years.
He said that perhaps Mr. Kejriwal is also aware of his political reality for that reason only he was begging for alliance with the Congress party during the present lok Sabha elections. He said that now when the people have decided to finish him politically he has now started a new drama on his murder. “What is the need of anyone to murder a person whose party is failing to win even one seat in the entire country,” quipped Mr. Sirsa.