Addressing a rally ahead of Delhi election 2020, Union home minister Amit Shah said that chief minister Arvind Kejriwal would have secured first place if there was a competition on spreading lies
New Delhi: Union home minister and BJP leader Amit Shah slammed Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, saying that he has done nothing in the name of development for the city-state and has only spread lies.
The Union minister, who was addressing a rally on Sunday, said, "Kejriwal did nothing for the development of Delhi. He has only spread lies in the name of development. Had Hitler been alive today, Kejriwal would have left him behind in doing false propaganda."
The minister further said the Kejriwal would have achieved the first position in lying had there been any such competitions.
"There have been competitions amongst states in various fields. Did Kejriwal come first in any of these competitions in the last five years? Had there been a competition of lying, he would have stood first," said Shah.
In the latest development, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address his first rally in East Delhi's Karkardooma area.
The rally will be held at CBD Ground in Karkardooma at around 2 pm today.
Ahead of the rally, Delhi police commissioner Amulya Patnaik along with other police officials inspected the CBD Ground on Sunday.
PM Modi, who is BJP's star campaigner for the Delhi Assembly polls, will address another rally in southwest Delhi's Dwarka area on Tuesday.
"One rally of the Prime Minister will be held in East Delhi at Karkardooma on February 3. The other rally will be held in Dwarka on February 4," a senior party leader had said.
The national capital goes to polls on February 8. The counting of votes will take place on February 11.
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