Arvind Kejriwal has said in a 10-minute video that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is “so frustrated that he can get me killed,” .Claiming that the PM operates in a constant state of rage fueled by dislike for his competitors, the Chief Minister of Delhi says he “is worried about whether the country is in safe hands”.
The 10-minute video, titled “Arvind Kejriwal’s message to the common man”, has been posted on social media by his Party or AAP. Mr Kejriwal’s reveal about his perceived threat to his life is made at the end. “Things will get worse,” he says, “he can do anything, have me eliminated,” asking his party’s supporters and volunteers to prep for unrestrained persecution.
Mr Kejriwal’s speech comes as AAP has protested angrily against the lengthening list of lawmakers arrested by the Delhi Police – 11 as of this week on charges ranging from threatening to run over a woman who sought assistance against frequent power cuts to desecrating the Quran in Punjab.