Did Kejriwal avoid apologising? Why AAP supremo did not speak against CM Sarma during Assam visit
Did Kejriwal avoid apologising? Why AAP supremo did not speak against CM Sarma during Assam visit

Guwahati: Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma has hit back at the statement of Delhi CM and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convenor Arvind Kejriwal. Describing Kejriwal as a coward, he said that you (Kejriwal) can show your bravery only in the four walls of the assembly, but he does not have the courage to speak against me on any matter. He also replied to Kejriwal's comment on the hospitality of Assam; CM Sarma said that when Aurangzeb came to Assam, the people here did not make him a guest.

According to the report, Himanta Biswa lashed out at Arvind Kejriwal during a press conference and said, "If you are a man, then speak like a man. If you are a woman, speak like a woman. If you are a leader, speak like a leader, but don't speak like a coward.' CM Sarma said that Kejriwal did not have the courage to speak against me on any matter, which proves that he has the power to show his bravery only within the four walls of the assembly."

CM Sarma said, "Kejriwal had accused me of corruption in the Delhi Assembly, but I cannot act on him because he is protected under the rules. I challenged him to repeat the same allegations outside the house, and then I will see him in court." Sarma said, "But he (Kejriwal) did not dare say anything here. He spoke a lot, but he did not say anything about the allegations against me."

Let us tell you that the CM of Assam warned on Friday (March 31) that if Kejriwal made allegations of corruption against him outside the assembly, he would file a defamation case against Kejriwal and challenged him to prove the allegations. Will give Sarma said that "Kejriwal's bravery is limited inside the assembly because he has privileges there."

Let us inform you that, in the year 2022, the Deputy CM of Delhi, Manish Sisodia, accused CM Sarma of corruption in the PPE kit. Against whom Sarma had reached the court and filed a defamation case challenging the AAP leader to prove the allegations. Later, Sisodia went to the higher court and demanded the dismissal of the case, on which the court strongly reprimanded Sisodia for making allegations without thinking. Before that, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had also apologised for making false allegations. In fact, Kejriwal once accused Union Minister Nitin Gadkari of trying to buy AAP MLAs, against which Gadkari took Kejriwal to court, giving him the option of proving the charge or apologising. In the absence of any evidence, Kejriwal thought it appropriate to apologise in writing. Perhaps this is the reason why CM Kejriwal did not make blatant allegations against Himanta Sarma, because Sarma had already warned him of the court. If Kejriwal had alleged anything, he would have to provide proof of his allegations, which he may not have.

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