Amit Shah says interim bail to Kejriwal not ‘routine judgment’

Union home minister Amit Shah claimed a lot of people believe a “special treatment” has been given to AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal.

Union home minister Amit Shah has asserted that the interim bail granted to Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal was not a “routine judgment”, claiming that many people believe a “special treatment” has been given to the AAP leader.

When asked about Arvind Kejriwal’s release and campaigning for INDIA alliance, Amit Shah, in an interview with ANI, said, “Right now he (Arvind Kejriwal) is stuck in another issue,” referring to the ongoing controversy around alleged assault of AAP MP Swati Maliwal.

“Let him get free from that then let’s see what happens,” he added.

Shah also hit out at Congress party leader Rahul Gandhi for his decision to contest the Lok Sabha elections from two constituencies, Wayanad in Kerala and Rae Bareli in Uttar Pradesh.

“Anyone can contest from anywhere but Rahul Gandhi should have said before elections that he is going to contest on 2 seats. I think from the democratic point of view, it is not right to hide it.”

“He should have told the people of Wayanad about it and then asked them to make their choice,” he added.

Shah claimed that Rahul Gandhi went to Raebareli after seeing a threat of losing the Wayanad seat in the post-poll survey.”

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