25 May 2024

Delhi Lok Sabha Elections 2024: 'May peace and harmony defeat forces of hate': What Kejriwal said in response to this tweet of Pakistan former minister Fawad Chaudhry?

Delhi Lok Sabha Elections 2024: AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal has reacted to former Pakistan Minister of Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry's tweet while voting is underway for  the 7 Lok Sabha seats in Delhi. 

Wishing well for the India Bloc, particularly AAP, Chaudhary tagged Kejriwal while tweeting: 'May peace and harmony defeat forces of hate and discrimination #MorePower#India Election2024"

Kejriwal was quick to react to the tweet. The Delhi Chief Minister snubbed former Pakistan Minister and cautiously tried to avert any possible controversy that could arise due to the tweet. 

Kejriwal wrote on X: 'Chaudhary Sahab, I and the people of my country are fully capable of taking care of their issues. Your tweet is not needed. At this time the condition of Pakistan is very bad. You please take care of your country.'

Chaudhry had also reacted to Kejriwal's release from Tihar jail 

Earlier, Fawad Chaudhry had also reacted to Arvind Kejriwal's release from Tihar jail after he got relief from the Supreme Court in the Delhi excise policy case and had termed it a loss of 'another battle' for Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Chaudhary posted on X with the caption, "Modi G Lost another battle #Kejriwal released... good news for moderate India."

The former Pakistani leader's response had come after Kejriwal was released from jail after spending over 50 days following his arrest by the Directorate of Enforcement on March 21, 2024, in connection with the Delhi excise policy case. Kejriwal was granted interim bail by the Supreme Court for campaigning for Lok Sabha polls.

In the past few months, Fawad Chaudhry has remained vocal over the developments in Indian politics and ongoing Lok Sabha Elections.

Earlier, Chaudhry praised Congress leader Rahul Gandhi over his party's promise of conducting a wealth redistribution survey, if it was voted to power. He compared Rahul Gandhi with his great-grandfather and India's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, and said "both were socialists". 

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