Arvind Kejriwal slams Narendra Modi for calling him AK-49

By on March 26, 2014

Zee Media Bureau/Deepak Nagpal

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday hit out at BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi after the latter took a jibe at him calling him ‘AK-49′.

Addressing a massive rally at Hiranagar in Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir, Modi said earlier in the day, “There are three people who are being praised in Pakistan – they are three AKs. The first one is AK-47 that is used to spill the blood of innocents, the second is Defence Minister of India, AK Antony, who had said that those who beheaded the Indian soldiers were terrorists in Pakistan Army uniforms and the third is AK-49. This AK-49 just gave birth to a new party and on his party’s official website, the map shows Kashmir is given to Pakistan and one his most trusted aides has favoured plebiscite in Kashmir….Pakistan’s papers are full of praise for them. They are enemies of the country. They speak in favour of Pakistan… We need to identify and know the real nature of these Aks.”

Reacting to the remarks, Kejriwal slammed Modi for the kind of language the BJP leader used against him.

The AAP chief took to Twitter and asked: “Did Modi ji call me an agent of Pakistan and AK 49? Kya PM ke daawedar ko ye bhasha use karna shobha deta hai? …..”

Kejriwal sought to corner Modi on avoiding debates and asked, “Modi ji muddon ki baat kyon nahi karte? Muddon ki rajniti kyon nahi karte? Why does he consistently avoid all invites for open debates?”

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