Did Arvind Kejriwal tweet in favour of Pakistan over Uri attacks? Here is what Twitter says
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal seems to have lost it completely this time.
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal seems to have lost it completely this time.
The AAP chief and Delhi Chief Minister has come under attack for his alleged anti-India tweet over an article published by a national daily which made a case in the favour of Pakistan over the dastardly terror attacks in J&K's Uri.
The article claimed that it was not Pakistan but India which was getting isolated internationally after Uri attacks by Pakistan based terrorists, to which Kejriwal had tweeted: "Excellent article. On Uri, rather than Pak, India seems to be getting isolated internationally.''
Kejriwal's alleged anti-India tweet came at a time when tensions run high between India and Pakistan in the aftermath of terror attacks in Uri in which 18 brave Indian jawans were killed.
A week after the attack, the Narendra Modi government has taken a tough stand and blocked all channels of communications with Pakistan, which includes its decision to boycott the upcoming SAARC summit in Pakistan next month.
The issue has united all political parties in condemning the Uri attacks and demanding a tough response to Pakistan for fomenting terror in the region. Ironically, here is the Chief Minister of Delhi who has insulted the the country by tweeting that India has been isolated internationally, and not Pakistan.
Here are some of those reactions:-
Excellent article. On Uri, rather than Pak, India seems to be getting isolated internationally
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) September 27, 2016
.@ArvindKejriwal Your endorsement of this article proves strongly that you have been installed by anti-India forces. Shame on you.
— Sudhanshu S. Singh (@sssingh21) September 27, 2016
.@ArvindKejriwal wah kya khabar sunayi,,, maja aa gya ,, hai na ??
— Manish Pandey (@iammanishpandey) September 27, 2016
— Devika (@Dayweekaa) September 27, 2016