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Kejriwal once again shows his true colours, forms an alliance with Communists in Manipur

One by the one, the veils over the face of Arvind Kejriwal is getting lifted. The opportunist that Kejriwal is, he has entered into an alliance with the Communist party in Manipur. The Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress are two major parties contesting elections in Manipur. The third front consists an alliance of AAP of Arvind Kejriwal and the Communists, who are known for their pro-inusrgency, anti-India and anarchist leanings.

CPI-M is the same party which has engaged in political murders ever since its inception. Communist rule in West Bengal for over three decades witnessed thousands of political murders and unprecedented violence to silence the political opposition. What happened in West Bengal for 30 years is happening in Kerala with Communist Party regularly killing members of RSS and BJP. A couple of days back, bombs were hurled on RSS office by the communist goons in which 4 people were severely injured. The CPI and CPI-M units of Manipur too is notorious for political murders and have been embroiled in many such cases after which Congress party, once its allies, deserted it in 2012. However, this year the red terrorists in Manipur have received support from none other than “the Mr. Honest” himself, whose implicit support for Khlaistani terrorists in Punjab is no more a secret.

The more shocking aspect is that Kejriwal has not only indirectly supported the communists, but has directly entered into an alliance with the left parties. The same left party in Manipur which was rejected by people because of multiple cases of political murders and staged encounters when they were in power, have got the support of Arvind Kejriwal, whose sole aim to enter the politics was to get it rid of all evil practices such as corruption and crime. However, with its complete opportunistic approach of supporting naxalites, Khalistanis and other corrupt candidates, the party has shunned all its principles.


Kshitij Mohan

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