Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, has lashed out at Narendra Modi government at the centre calling it a government of ‘dictator.’
Talking to reporters in Delhi, he congratulated the Grand Alliance for its victory adding that the mandate was a ‘slap on the faces’ of those who professed the politics of hate.
He said, ” Bihar results are very important for our country in so many ways. It conclusively proves that our nation abhors politics of hatred. The voters in Bihar has given a tight slap on the faces of those, who championed the politics of hate to win elections. It’s a reminder to them that if they don’t learn from this crushing defeat, they will soon be wiped out from the country’s electoral scene.”
Kejriwal said that he hoped the crushing defeat of the BJP in Bihar will end the environment of intolerance in the country and people from different faiths will live in peace and harmony.
He said that the election results were the referendum on Modi’s Modi and his style of working.
He said, “The working style of Modi and Shah have smacked of utter arrogance. They had developed more arrogance in 1.5 years of ruling the country than what Congress did in 65 years. That was reflective in how they continuously kept harrassing the elected government of Delhi through unconstitutional means. Hope this too will now end.”