Bengaluru: A section of the media and Aam Aadmi Party are shouting their lungs out as BJP leader Parvesh Verma compared Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal to a “terrorist”. 

In this regard, he had said, "In Delhi, many 'natwarlals' and terrorists like Kejriwal are hiding. I don't understand if we should fight with terrorists in Kashmir or with terrorist Kejriwal in Delhi."

A few days later, senior BJP leader Prakash Javadekar too seconded Parvesh Verma. 

He too said, 'Kejriwal is making an innocent face and asking if he is a terrorist, you are a terrorist, there is plenty of proof for it. You yourself had said you are an anarchist, that is not much difference between an anarchist and a terrorist.” 

While the argy-bargies continue and the AAP tries to gain as much compassion and thereby votes by milking this issue to the maximum possible extent, let’s tell you that Arvind Kejriwal is no saint. 

Though the AAP continues to rant and point fingers at the BJP for the “terrorist” remark, we must draw your attention to what Arvind Kejriwal had once remarked about PM Narendra Modi way back in the year 2015. 

He had termed him “coward” and “psychopath”. 


The utterly distasteful, dangerous and spiteful remarks came as a reaction to the raids that were conducted on his office. 

The Delhi CM had also added, “When Modi couldn't handle me politically, he resorts to this cowardice."

This is the hypocrisy of Arvind Kejriwal that needs to be condemned and called out. 

While he goes around the town, clothing himself in a self-righteous attitude, telling people that he is an epitome of all virtues and values, he is nothing but an opportunistic politician, with all tall claims of his a mere charade. 

Shame on you Arvind Kejriwal.

Next, when you lecture others about political piety, stand before a mirror and expose yourself.