Arvind Kejriwal’s release received praise from Pakistan, Fawad Chaudhry said – ‘Modi’s defeat in the war, good news for liberal India’

Former Pakistan minister Fawad Chaudhry has reacted to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s release from Tihar Jail after interim bail by the Supreme Court and termed the development in the Indian city as the defeat of “another battle” for Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Is. He said that the events that took place in New Delhi on May 10 were “good news for liberal India”. The Delhi Chief Minister moved out of Tihar after spending more than 50 days there, after being granted interim bail by the apex court to campaign in the ongoing Lok Sabha elections. They were ordered to surrender on 2 June.

“Modi ji loses another battle #Kejriwal released…good news for liberal India,” the Pakistani leader posted on Twitter.

Kejriwal’s arrest

Kejriwal was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate on March 21 this year in a money laundering case related to the alleged liquor scam.

While granting interim bail, the SC imposed some strict conditions, including a ban on visiting the Chief Minister’s office or the Delhi Secretariat and not contacting witnesses. Chaudhary has been vocal about developments in the Indian political arena in recent times, including the current general elections.

Pak leader praised Rahul Gandhi

The Pakistani leader earlier praised Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on his promise to conduct a wealth redistribution survey if his party comes to power. He compared Rahul Gandhi to his great-grandfather and India’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and said that “both were socialists”.

His praise for Rahul Gandhi came days after the former Pakistan minister shared a video of the Congress MP, in which he was seen targeting the BJP-led Center over the ‘desecration’ of Ayodhya’s Ram temple.

He addressed Rahul Gandhi as ‘Rahul Saheb’ and tweeted, “Rahul Gandhi has a socialist spirit like his great grandfather Jawaharlal (Nehru). Even after 75 years of partition, the problems of India and Pakistan remain the same. Rahul Saheb, In his last night speech he said that 30 or 50 families own 70 percent of India’s wealth. The same applies to Pakistan, where only a business club called Pakistan Business Council and a few real estate magnates own it. The biggest challenge of capitalism is the fair distribution of 75 percent of the wealth.”

PM Modi reacted to Pakistani leader’s praise of Rahul Gandhi

Responding to Fawad Chaudhary praising Rahul Gandhi, PM Narendra Modi said that the ‘partnership’ between Pakistan and Congress has been exposed.

He said, see the coincidence, today Congress is becoming weak in India. The interesting thing is that here Congress is dying and there Pakistan is crying. Now Pakistani leaders are praying for Congress. Pakistan is keen to make the prince the Prime Minister and we are already PM Modi said while addressing a public rally in Gujarat’s Anand, ‘I know Congress is a fan of Pakistan. This partnership between Pakistan and Congress has now been completely exposed.

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