'Once opposed Ram temple and today want God in note', BJP hits back at Kejriwal

Ahmedabad: Ahead of the Gujarat elections, Arvind Kejriwal played the Hindutva card by demanding that the photo of Lakshmi-Ganesh be put on the note, now the BJP has hit back at it. Shortly after Kejriwal's press conference, BJP national spokesperson Sambit Patra came out. Sambit Patra made several attacks on Chief Minister Kejriwal. Sambit Patra said that Arvind Kejriwal, who was holding a press conference a few days ago and saying that if you celebrate Diwali by mistake, you will be put in jail, today he is suddenly speaking about Lakshmi Ji and Ganesh Ji. 

Patra said that Kejriwal made fun of Swastik and sometimes even opposed Ram temple. Let me tell you that Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal tweeted a picture some time ago. In this photo, a symbol like Swastik, the sacred symbol of Sanatan Dharma, was seen, behind which a man is running with a broom. While tweeting this photo, Kejriwal wrote that it has been sent to him by someone. After this tweet of Kejriwal, he was accused of insulting Hindus.

However, in his press conference, Sambit Patra further said that Mahadev and Ram have blessings, which is why India, which was at number 11 economically a decade ago, is at number 5 today. Today, India's growth rate is showing a bright future. There is a possibility that the world may be in the grip of recession, but due to god's grace on Narendra Modi, India's economy will not go back. Prime Minister Modi is blessed by Maa Lakshmi and Ganesh. Regarding Kejriwal, Sambit Patra said that as far as the economy of Delhi is concerned, the government of Delhi spends money on propaganda. They are blaming Lakshmi and Ganesha and this is wrong.

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