Congress slammed AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal accusing him of playing "dirty communal politics" after Jama Masjid's chief...
“The kind of fatva which came from Shahi Imam, it cannot come without Mr Kejriwal going and touching his feet. Kejriwal must have requested him for support, so he issued a fatva.
The Imam today appealed to Muslims to vote for AAP citing “grave threat” to the community from communal forces.
Soon after the appeal, AAP rejected the support saying it was against any type of caste and communal politics.
In his appeal, Bukhari urged the people to help AAP to form an “honest and secular” government in Delhi while accusing BJP of extending support to elements who are trying to divide the society.
AAP leader Sanjay Singh said the party does not require support of Bukhari as it was against any type of “caste and communal politics”.
“AAP doesn’t support the ideology of Imam Bukhari. We don’t need his support,” Singh said.