Arvind Kejriwal tweet on India's isolation after Uri attack is a matter of great shame

What the heck is wrong with Arvind Kejriwal? How can he possibly be so stupid as to tweet about India’s isolation from the world at a time when things are breaking in our favour?

Bikram Vohra September 29, 2016 11:18:13 IST
Arvind Kejriwal tweet on India's isolation after Uri attack is a matter of great shame

What the heck is wrong with Arvind Kejriwal? How can he possibly be so stupid as to tweet about India’s isolation from the world at a time when things are breaking in our favour?

At least there is consternation on the other side. You can hate Modi, you can be anti-BJP, love Rahul Gandhi, adore the Congress, you can have wet dreams about hurting the Lt Governor whom you cannot stand and because you are the democratically-elected chief minister of Delhi we will suck it up, but when you put grubby fingerprints on India then it is time you heard from the capital and the country that you have crossed the white line and are now entering dangerous territory.

Arvind Kejriwal tweet on Indias isolation after Uri attack is a matter of great shame

AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal. PTI

This is not honesty. This is not your JNU-leftist drama. This is not even opinion because opinion has to be based on facts. This is dangerous because you are in a position of power and you cannot see what is happening around you.

When you go against the flow with malice, you are then an enemy of the state.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a speech at Kozhikode which was ostensibly low key in action, but high in rhetoric to set the pace for Sushma Swaraj at the UN General Assembly. She then went to this podium and played hardball.

At the same moment, Modi’s brigade began to move on the Indus river treaty and pulled out of Saarc. This placed Pakistan on the back foot and forced Nawaz Sharif’s Chief Advisor Sartaj Aziz to state publicly that if Modi messed with the waters it would be a sign of war. That’s how rattled they are.

Then we have four nations backing off the Saarc meet in November. No one is going to Islamabad and Muree, and Mr Sharif will dine alone.

Where was Arvind Kejriwal when all this was happening for the past four days?

I don’t know if yoga has an 'asana' for stupidity, but if it does he better start practicing it.

Who has been isolated? Even the Chinese bogey was sidetracked as India and China engaged in talks this week, on guess what, Arvind... terrorism and how to stop it.

If you belong to the AAP and believe in your doctrine then nowhere does it say that your leader has the right to give comfort to the enemy. Democracy is not a protection and you are not above the flagpole. Tell him that, tell him he just fell off his rickety pedestal and will not be easily forgiven.

It is a matter of great shame that to settle his scores and bring to the fore his tedious, petty and personal battles which have already exhausted public patience that he would go to such lengths.

Of course, you have an opinion, but it must be rational. How can you say without a single shred of evidence that India is being isolated as it embarks on a hardcore isolationist policy against a country it has publicly called an exporter of terror.

Please chief minister it is time to quit before someone puts a PIL against you for tweeting tripe.

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