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Don’t fight with rivals, read Gita: Arvind Kejriwal | Delhi News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: AAP convener Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday asked party volunteers and functionaries not to engage in any argument on social media with rival parties and individuals.
The chief minister also urged all political parties to work together to fight novel coronavirus and not engage in politics.
The appeal came a day after BJP party leaders blamed Delhi government for not handling the migrants’ issue properly and allowing them to walk and take buses for the neighbouring states despite a complete lockdown in the country. AAP’s Raghav Chaddha, the Rajendra Nagar MLA and DJB chairperson, also posted a tweet against Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath but later deleted it.
Kejriwal said on Sunday, “I want to appeal to all political parties. This is not the time to do politics. Irrespective of whether you are from BJP, Congress or AAP, it’s time to work together for the nation.”
Referring to the blame game and the bickering on the social media, he told party volunteers and members, “It is not the time to do all these things. Let people say what they want to. We will do whatever we can for the welfare of the people. You need to give a justification for your work only once, and then not engage with them in any further dispute.”
The chief minister also advised people to read the Bhagwat Gita for the remaining days of the 21-day lockdown. “I and my wife are starting Gita paath. It has 18 chapters. Urge you all to do the same,” he said.

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