Hindu refugees’ camp has no power, while Bangladeshi Basti has AC installed, Kapil Mishra releases video

AAP rebel leader Kapil Mishra has taken on Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and accused him of removing the sole power connection in the Adarsh Nagar rehabilitation camp for Hindu refugees from Pakistan.

According to Mishra, about 600 Hindu refugees from Pakistan, including 140 kids and 7 infants are living in the national capital since past 22 days. He even released a video where it can be seen that the in the Bangladeshi basti across the road, has air conditioners installed.

As per reports in Zee News, the refugee camp is not even cleaned. AAP rebel leader Kapil Mishra has accused that the Hindu refugees are meted out this treatment because they are Hindu refugees and not Rohingyas.

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He said that if they were Rohingyas, then the government would have come forward to help them settle in. Earlier, posters had come up in Delhi proclaiming Kejriwal as messiah of Muslims. Kejriwal has also been accused of trying to create a divide on communal lines. Not just that, a Hindu group had even accused AAP members of trying to create a communal tension by waving swords in front of a mosque.

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