New Delhi: In the wake of communal clashes in North East districts of the national capital, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Kapil Mishra yet again trained guns on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and raised question on his priorities. Taking to Twitter, Mishra asked the Chief Minister ‘why has he not found time to visit Ankit Sharma, an Intelligence Bureau (IB) officials who was killed in the violence in Delhi. He also recalled the AAP convener’s visit to Akhlaq’s house, a man who was lynched by a mob in Dadri district of Uttar Pradesh in 2015. Also Read - Kapil Mishra Defends His Controversial Remark, Says ‘Nothing Inciting in my Statement’
“Delhi se door Akhlaq ke ghar turant daud kar jane wale Kejriwal ko mukhyamantri niwas se sirf 7 KM door Ankit Sharma ke ghar jaane ka time abhi tak nahi mila. Ankit ke ghar bhi jao Arvind Kejriwal (Kejriwal, who immediately rushed to Akhalq’s house, is yet to get time to visit Ankit Sharma’s house which is some 7 km away from the Chief Minister’s residence. Go to Ankit’s house as well, Arvind Kejriwal)”, the controversial BJP leader, who hate speeches allegedly triggered violence in Delhi tweeted. Also Read - Delhi violence: Delhi HC Asks to Play Video of Kapil Mishra’s Hate Speech in Courtroom
Earlier Mishra had accused AAP Councillor Tahir Hussain of killing the Intelligence Bureau officer Ankit Sharma whose body was recovered from North East Delhi’s Chand Bagh area. Also Read - 'Those Who Never Considered Burhan Wani And Afzal Guru Terrorists...' Kapil Mishra on Delhi Violence
Mishra had also alleged that AAP Councillor Tahir Hussain’s phone call details will reveal Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MP Sanjay Singh’s involvement in the Delhi violence. “If Tahir Hussain’s phone call details, during the Delhi violence, are released, it would reveal both Sanjay Singh and Kejriwal’s role in the violence and Intelligence Bureau officer Ankit Sharma’s murder,” Mishra had said on micro-blogging site.