In a bizare video Kejriwal blames Modi for the criminal cases against his MLAs by the victims of his MLAs illegal activities including molestation of woman. Due to the activities against woman by the AAP MLAs, woman are feeling unsafe in Delhi under the rule of AAP. This has created public uproar and lots of bad name for AAP. In this circumstances Delhi Chief Minister and AAP leader has released a video in the youtube blaming Modi for everything.
In his latest attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said in a video that people from the Modi government may try to get him killed. "There is a daman chakra (cycle of domination) over the Aam Aadmi Party. People are tyring to crush the Aam Aadmi Party," Kejriwal said.
"I want to tell everyone today that it is a very critical time. In the times to come, this daman is going to turn very dirty. They (the Modi government) can go to any extent. They can try to kill us. They can try to kill me. They can do anything," said the Delhi CM.
"Going to jail is a very small thing. We will have to take it for granted that all our MLAs will have to go to jail. Apart from imprisonment, anything can happen to us," he said. "If you are ready to face all the difficulties, then support us," he said.
“He (Modi) can go to any extent and may get us killed. He may get me killed as well. Talk to your families and see if you are ready for the ultimate sacrifice. All the MLAs will anyway have to go to jail. If you are ready, then stay with us or if you have weaknesses, then leave,” he said.
With his 11th MLA facing IT raids, Kejriwal mounted a severe attack on the Centre, wondering whether the “country is in safe hands” and suspecting that “Modiji, in his frustration, is crushing political opponents with brute force”.
Referring to the series of arrests of AAP MLAs as well as the feared disqualification of 21 legislators for holding ‘office of profit’, Kejriwal said Modi is the “mastermind” of the “cycle of oppression” against AAP and that he is hell bent on “destroying AAP”.
"Kejriwal's comments are shameful. We condemn them. He used to harp on morals and spoke against corruption but has been unmasked. He now stands for protecting his corrupt colleagues, many of whom are involved in various crimes, including trying to cause riots to grab power. He should know that democracy is governed by the rule of law and if anybody violates them, the law will act," BJP national secretary Shrikant Sharma said.