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Himanta’s View on Arvind Kejriwal: Heroism Restricted to Assembly

Himanta’s View on Arvind Kejriwal: Heroism Restricted to Assembly

Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has harshly criticized the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over his comments at a recent rally in Guwahati. Mr. Sarma has called Mr. Kejriwal a “coward”, whose “heroism” is only limited to the Assembly. The Assam CM derided Mr. Kejriwal for not mentioning charges of corruption against the BJP leader during his speech in Guwahati.

Mr. Sarma also challenged the AAP chief to repeat the same allegations which were previously made in the Delhi Assembly outside the House, which Mr. Kejriwal did not take him up on. The Assam CM termed Mr. Kejriwal’s speech as “anab-shanab” and his “heroism” as confined within the Assembly, as he was protected by regulations there.

Additionally, Mr. Sarma criticised Mr. Kejriwal’s claims at the Guwahati rally in relation to jobs and free electricity by the AAP Government in Delhi. The Assam CM made it clear that the figures regarding employment provided by the Delhi Government were misconstrued and that 60% of the citizens in Delhi were living in conditions that came close to hell. He further informed that the 1.5 lakh government-sanctioned posts in Delhi did not include contractual or temporary jobs.

The Assam CM reasserted his stand on Mr. Kejriwal’s invitation for him to visit his house in the national capital, citing he will instead send fifty people from Assam, mostly journalists, and Mr. Kejriwal must take them to the places chosen by them. He further claimed that 95% of the citizens in Assam were “living in heaven” as opposed to the 60% in Delhi.

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Moreover, in relation to the company mentioned in the article, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is an Indian political party founded by Arvind Kejriwal and his colleagues in 2012 ahead of the 2013 Delhi state election. It is the successor of the India Against Corruption (IAC) movement. AAP faced their first big electoral challenge with the first-time election of Kejriwal as the Chief Minister of Delhi in February 2015.

Elsewhere, Himanta Biswa Sarma is an Indian politician who is currently serving as the Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Finance, Education and Law in the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Government of Assam, India. He is a member of the Legislative Assembly representing Jalukbari Constituency in Assam. Sarma was previously a member of the Indian National Congress party and was a central minister during the Manmohan Singh Government. He joined the Bharatiya Janata Party in August 2015 after quitting the Congress party.