Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal called Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal a Pakistani agent after he slammed Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government for creating ‘India-Pakistan like situation’ in Centre-state relations.
Badal said that the people of the nation should fear leaders like Kejriwal, who without any inhibition called the national capital ‘Pakistan’.
The Union Minister also unleashed an attack on the AAP supremo for equating his party’s manifesto with the holy Shri Guru Granth Sahib and printing its symbol, the broom, on the cover of the document alongside a picture of the Sikh shrine.
“The way AAP has hurt the Sikh sentiments by comparing his false manifesto with the holy Shri Gurugranth Sahib ji whom we worship. His business is to fool the people. Like he fooled the people of Delhi, he wants to fool people of Punjab too. The people of Punjab will give an answer to this act and so will God,” she added.
Badal dubbed Kejriwal’s act of cleaning utensils at Sri Darbar Sahib as an apology for his ‘unintentional mistake’ and said the AAP chief does not regret anything.
“He does not regret the comparison he made. Moving on, he does not even regret posting a picture of our holiest place inside the golden temple with a mark of broom on it. This man is making a fool out of everyone, he went to that part of the Golden Temple where the people come and clean utensils as a mark of confession and he cleaned the plates which were already clean, sad Badal.