BJP will ruin this country, says Arvind Kejriwal

By: | Updated: July 27, 2016 2:37 PM

Dalit atrocities and Dayashankar's derogatory remark against Mayawati were already a reason enough for BJP becoming the target of Opposition's criticism, when on Wednesday the the alleged thrashing of two Muslim women in Madhya Pradesh over beef has sparked the fire even more.

arvind kejriwal LDelhi CM Arvind Kejriwal while taking a dig at PM Modi for the apparent ‘ineffectiveness of BJP’ tweeted that the party will ruin the country and claims that that the incident in MP had been organized in sync with the party.

Dalit atrocities and Dayashankar’s derogatory remark against Mayawati were already a reason enough for BJP becoming the target of Opposition’s criticism, when on Wednesday the the alleged thrashing of two Muslim women in Madhya Pradesh over beef has sparked the fire even more. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal while taking a dig at PM Modi and attacking the latter’s party for apparent ‘ineffectiveness’ tweeted that the party will ruin the country and claims that that the incident in MP had been organized in sync with the party.

Two Muslim women were reportedly beaten up by members of cow vigilante groups at Mandsaur railway station in Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday over suspicion that they were carrying beef. However, reports later suggested that the meat belonged to a buffalo and not cow.  The incident was caught on camera by the by-standers and its subsequent distribution led to a harsh criticism from others.

BSP Chief Mayawati attacked BJP in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday saying, that though the party actively reiterates slogans such as Mahilaon ke samman mein, BJP maidan mein, however, when incidents like the one in Madhya Pradesh , where the party is in power, no action is taken.

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