'Can die for country': Arvind Kejriwal after BJP vandalism at home
Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi Chief Minister, announced that he is ready to die for the country, a day after damage and violence incidence took place at his residence. In response to the assault at his home yesterday, the Aam Aadmi Party Chief claimed Kejriwal is unimportant and that he is just like everyone else. 'I am willing to give my life for the cause of the country,' stated Delhi's chief minister. 'We have squandered 75 years of our lives fighting.', he stated.
CM Kejriwal went on to say that this hooliganism will not benefit the country, and that in order for India to thrive in the twenty-first century, everyone will have to work together peacefully. He has questioned the BJP's message to the general public by inciting violence. According to him, the country will not prosper as a result of these disturbing factors.