‘PM Modi you are the dealer of forgiveness…’, CM KCR said after meeting Chief Minister Kejriwal -aabtak24


Delhi Ordinance Row: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has asked Telangana Chief Minister K.K. Chandrasekhar Rao (KCR) on Saturday (May 27). During this, both the leaders fiercely attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the central government.

CM KCR said, “You (PM Modi) took back the farmer’s law and land acquisition.” If you (PM Modi) are a merchant of forgiveness, then it would be better that you yourself withdraw the ordinance."text-align: justify;"> On the other hand Chief Minister Kejriwal  He (Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao) said that he and his entire government are with the people of Delhi to provide justice to the people of Delhi. The ordinance that has been passed is against the democracy and the constitution of the country. Their support has given us a lot of strength. 

What did KCR say?
Bharat Rashtra Samithi Chief KCR said that we the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to withdraw the ordinance, otherwise we all will support Kejriwal. We will stand with them. We will use all our strength in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha to thwart the ordinance. Don’t unnecessarily make it an issue. Let the government work.  He said, ‘‘The Modi government has insulted the people of Delhi by bringing the ordinance. I can say without any doubt that this is an insult to the people of Delhi. 

Please tell that Kejriwal is engaged in uniting the opposition in the ordinance matter. He has so far met several leaders including Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar and Bihar CM Nitish Kumar regarding this. 

What is the matter?
Recently, the Supreme Court, while giving an order, said that Kejriwal government has the right to transfer and posting of Delhi officers. After this, the central government brought an ordinance. Kejriwal is meeting opposition leaders for their support regarding this. 

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