The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of Arvind Kejriwal has once again played the communal politics in New Delhi. The Supreme Court clearly has instructed to all the political parties not to canvass in the name of religion. But AAP found minister Imran Hussain was found putting up pamphlets asking Muslims to get united and vote for only AAP.
An FIR has been registered against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) by the BJP with the Election Commission alleging that the language used in the poster is highly objectionable as it seeks to divide peace-loving communities in the state.
These posters were found seeking votes in the name of religion in Delhi as the Assembly bypoll in Bawana area of Delhi was approaching.
This is not the first time where AAP is claiming votes based on religion. Once, CM Kejriwal threatened the Delhi people that AAP government will not do any work in the constituency if BJP or any other party comes to power. People were shocked to see the goonda tactics of the common man Kejriwal.
The pamphlet also mentioned that Delhi was ruled by Muslims for centuries and they were the power hub in the city. The pamphlet was issued by the minority wing of the AAP.
Later, the pamphlet was shared on the social media platform. It also claimed that no one can defeat AAP if Muslims cast all their votes to a single party.
“Let’s promise that we will vote together as Muslims,” it said adding that all Muslims should vote for Kejriwal, who is the lone Messiah of the minority community.
The pamphlet was widely distributed by the AAP in Muslim-dominated areas of the Bawana assembly constituency. It is sure that AAP won’t agree on this mistake committed by it. But it is the need of the hour that action should be filed against the AAP. Hussain said that “It has been deliberately done with a mala fide intention to malign the image of AAP for cheap political gain.”
Let us read what exactly was found in the pamphlet!!!
“Bawana election is for our tomorrow. Our ancestors have ruled for thousands of years in Delhi. We have given it the Lal Quila and Qutub Minar. Even today, we hold the key to ruling this city, but on the condition that we vote as one … I am your brother and cabinet minister. I promise that your work will be done first. But before that, we have to defeat our enemy.”