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A Dictator Wants to End Democracy.. Kejriwal Reveals Why He Continued as CM

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal launched a scathing attack on the BJP, a day after he was released from Tihar Jail. Addressing leaders of his party in the national capital, Kejriwal accused the BJP-led union government of attempting to crush the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) by arresting its top leaders. He claimed that if the BJP returned to power in the central government, all opposition leaders would be sent to jail. However, he predicted that the saffron party would be restricted to 220 seats in the ongoing elections.

Amit Shah: Modi Can Serve as PM Beyond 75

Home Minister Amit Shah has stated  that BJP’s constitution doesn’t bar Narendra Modi from being Prime Minister after turning 75. Responding to Arvind Kejriwal’s speculation of Modi’s retirement, Shah stressed that Modi will continue as PM and complete his term. “Kejriwal has no cause for celebration; Modi will remain PM and complete his term,” Shah stated firmly during a press conference in Telangana.