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New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal claimed on Monday that several BJP leaders attended his 'maha Rally' held at Ramlila Ground against the ordinance regarding the control of services brought by the Centre.
Taking to Twitter, he wrote without naming anyone, “A few leaders from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) also attended the Maha-Rally held at Ramlila Ground yesterday, and they were also saying that Prime Minister Modi did not do the right thing by bringing this ordinance."
On Sunday, the AAP organised the 'Maha Rally' at Ramlila Ground, which was also attended by former Congress leader and senior advocate Kapil Sibal.
During the rally, Kejriwal claimed that he had the support of all opposition parties, stating that he would pressure the central government to withdraw the ordinance.
Kejriwal, who had launched his party from Ramlila ground, said on Sunday, “After 12 years, we have assembled at Ramlila ground. Last time, we assembled to fight against corruption, this time we have assembled to fight against a tyrant, to protect democracy and the Constitution.”
He also accused the entire BJP of hindering the development work in Delhi by introducing the ordinance.
Kejriwal also took a dig at the Prime Minister by narrating a story about a “Class 4 educated king” and called Delhi’s seven MPs “slaves of BJP”.
Delhi is the “first city to be attacked” and the government will bring such ordinances for Rajasthan and other states too, he claimed.