New Delhi: Alluding to the Dadri lynching, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said some political parties "use" the youth to instigate riots and spread hatred by keeping them unemployed and uneducated.
Kejriwal said it was among the two emerging models in Indian politics, the other being that of the Aam Aadmi Party which strives to "unite" the country, people have to decide which model they support.
"Two models of politics emerging in this country. U have to decide which model do u support. First model- keep youth unemployed n uneducated n use them to do riots n spread hatred. Some parties doing this kind of politics...2nd model- give education, skill n jobs to youth n channelise their energy positively. AAP doing this politics to unite India," he tweeted.
Kejriwal, who had visited mob lynching victim Mohammed Akhlaq's family in Bishada last week, recently blamed "poisonous leaders" and "dirty politics" for sparking communal tension.
He had said that only the 'aam aadmi' can save the country from such insidious agenda.