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Arvind Kejriwal: ‘I’m Going To Temple Because…’ , he says responding to allegations of ‘Soft Hindutva’

Replying to claims of induldging in “Soft Hindutva”, Arvind Kejriwal Delhi Chief Minister says that he is visiting temples because he is a Hindu. No one can question to it.

Arvind Kejriwal says quoted by news agency PTI, “Do you go to the temple? I also go to the temple. There is nothing wrong in going to the temple. You feel peaceful when you visit it. What is their (those alleging soft Hindutva) objection? Why there should be any objection?. I am going to a temple because I am a Hindu. My wife visits the Gaurishankar temple,”.

When questioned about that Pramod Sawant’s Goa Chief Minister allegations that the Aam Aadmi Party is copying their government’s schemes. Schemes like sponsoring pilgrimages, the Delhi CM alleged that the former was actually copying his party.

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“I want to say Pramod Sawant is copying us. When I said we will give electricity free, he gave water free. When I said we will provide employment allowance, he announced about 10,000 jobs, and when I spoke about pilgrimages, he announced his scheme,” Kejriwal said.

During the visit, Aam Aadmi Party national convener met members of the Bhandari community. They also included labour unionist and mining stir leader Puti Gaonkar into the party.

Meanwhile, “he also visited the head office of the Gomantak Bhandari Samaj. CM Kejriwal became the first Delhi CM to visit the head office of the community, the Gomantak Bhandari Samaj”, news agency ANI reported.

Around 160 years ago the Gomantak Bhandari Samaj was established.

“I have not come here to visit Bhandari Samaj as the Aam Aadmi Party national convenor nor have I come here as Delhi CM. I came here as a younger brother of Bhandari Samaj. The Bhandari Samaj wants in Goa the kind of good work Delhi is witnessing. They have raised a lot of issues with us. We will think about the issues and work on them,” Kejriwal said, as quoted by ANI.

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