'Ravan also had ego like Modi govt..,' Kejriwal hits out at BJP over Karnataka

Bangalore: National President of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and Chief Minister of the national capital Delhi Arvind Kejriwal reached Karnataka on Thursday. Addressing a public meeting in Bengaluru, Kejriwal fiercely attacked the BJP government at the Center. Kejriwal said that, like Ravana, the central government also had arrogance, they passed 3 agricultural laws. Explained a lot to the government, do not get involved with the farmers, but the government did not agree. Finally, after 13 months of struggle, the government had to withdraw the law. I salute the struggle of farmers.

Arvind Kejriwal said that even after 75 years of independence, farmers are in bad condition. Farmers are committing suicide all over the country. The small farmer lives in so much poverty that the farmer's son does not want to become a farmer. He said that 45 per cent of the country's population is dependent on agriculture, if this population is determined, it can bring down the biggest government.

Delhi CM said that I told these (government) people to end corruption, then they said form the government and end it yourself. We fought elections, the first government was formed in Delhi, then in Punjab and now the government has to be formed in Karnataka. Let us tell you that Kejriwal's visit to the state is taking place at a time when AAP is preparing to try its luck in the assembly elections to be held in 2023.

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