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Mainstream, VOL LIII, No 15, April 4, 2015

Kejriwal, the Aam Admi Party’s supremo, silent on Communalism — the Gravest Menace to the country

Sunday 5 April 2015

COMMUNICATION

It is really shocking that neither during the election campaign of Delhi Assembly elections nor on the occasion of the swearing ceremony, Mr Kejriwal, the Aam Admi Party chief, has not condemned communalism which is the gravest menace not only to Indian secular democracy but to the very existence of the country. Over and above all this he has not uttered a single word against the RSS plan of converting India into a Hindi country and establishing a Hindu state and the Modi Government for implementing this plan and against the highly inflammatory anti-Muslim speeches of VHP and BJP leaders and their programmes of ghar wapsi and love-Jehad programmes. This confirms the suspicion that he is not opposed to Hindutva orcommunalism.

Dr M. Hashim Kidwai (Ex-Member of Parliament)
C-501, Rosewood Apartments
Mayur Vihar, Delhi-110091