Arvind Kejriwal on Manipur Violence: Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Social gathering (AAP) nationwide convenor Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday (20 July) surrounded Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the difficulty of Manipur violence and vandalism with girls there.
Speaking to the media, CM Kejriwal mentioned, “The sort of scenario prevailing inside Manipur for the previous few months and the central authorities, particularly the Prime Minister, by no means spoke something on it.” That is very worrying. No motion has been taken relating to this.
Each the Manipur authorities and the central authorities are liable for this – Kejriwal
The Chief Minister of Delhi additional mentioned, “The second factor which went viral yesterday, wherein the way in which two sisters had been paraded bare and so they had been collectively subjected to wrongdoing, these movies have shaken the soul of the entire nation. It got here to know that these movies are usually not from now, they’re from two and a half months again. Inside two and a half months, the federal government there didn’t do something about it. That is very shameful, it turns into a legal matter. It’s with nice unhappiness that I’ve to say that each the Manipur authorities and the central authorities are liable for this.
‘This can be a signal of a weak chief’
CM Kejriwal mentioned, “It has usually been seen that every time such incidents occur within the nation, the Prime Minister stays silent. This can be a signal of a weak chief. It’s a weak chief that when there’s a drawback, he sits quietly in his room. A brave chief, an actual chief, works from the entrance, involves the entrance and works, when there’s a drawback, the chief seems on the entrance, it doesn’t occur that when bother comes, you sit silently and lock your self inside your room.
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