“AAP Ka RamRajya” website launched by Aam Aadmi Party before 2024 elections

Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh stated at a joint news conference that the website will highlight the AAP's "Ram Rajya" idea and the work that the party's administrations have completed

AAP Ka RamRajya Website

The Aam Aadmi Party today launched its “AAP Ka RamRajya” website to exhibit the party’s notion of “Ram Rajya,” with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal attempting to achieve Lord Ram’s principles in the national capital. The website’s launch comes ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, the first phase of which will take place on Friday, and coincided with the Ram Navami holiday, which is being celebrated across the country.

During a joint press conference, Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh stated that the website will highlight AAP’s concept of “Ram Rajya” as well as the work of the party’s governments. “Chief Minister Kejriwal accomplished wonderful things – good schools, mohalla clinics, free water and electricity and free bus rides for women – in the last 10 years for realising ‘Ram Rajya’,” Mr Singh said.

“This is the first time that Arvind Kejriwal is not among his people on Ram Navami,” Mr Singh added, claiming that the Delhi chief minister was imprisoned in a “baseless” case based on claims from “false” witnesses.

The irony here is that CM Kejriwal is in alliance with the Congress Party, which didn’t attend the Ram Mandir opening ceremony on January 22 this year. From questioning the existence of Lord Ram to opposing the case in the Supreme Court, we have all heard about the proverb that says, “A person is known by his companion.”

The Delhi Chief Minister appears to have shifted his attitude on Ayodhya and Shri Ram. In 2014, Kejriwal stated that Shri Ram could not live in a temple constructed following the demolition of a masjid. He had added at a gathering, “When the Babri Masjid was demolished, I asked my grandmother that she must be happy. A temple for her Bhagwan Ram will be constructed in Ayodhya. To which she replied, My Ram will not live in a temple that is constructed by demolishing a mosque.”

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Arvind Kejriwal attempted to humiliate the BJP by posting a disparaging photograph of Shri Ram’s biggest devotee, Pawan Putra Hanuman. In recent times, the Delhi Chief Minister has chosen to drop his crude anti-Hindu rhetoric in favor of promoting his Hindu credentials. Islamists targeted him ahead of Delhi’s assembly elections.

The hypocrisy of Kejriwal’s beliefs has never been hidden from the public. He and his party have always shaken hands and met those who are vehemently hostile to Hinduism, and the most common targets of those who oppose Hinduism are venerated deities such as Lord Ram. When it comes to criticizing religions other than Hinduism, they develop an inferiority complex. Vote bank politics is not a new concept in India, yet it is not acceptable to praise one religion while criticizing another during elections.

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