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AAP co-founder and former leader urges voters too ‘wash their sins of past 5 years’, calls Arvind Kejriwal ‘AIDS of politics’

Kumar Vishwas also alleged that AAP killed society country, hope, army, friendship and trust due to their politics and urged people to come out of their houses to vote out the Arvind Kejriwal-led party from power in Delhi. 

AAP co-founder and former leader Kumar Vishwas on Saturday urged people to go out of their houses to cast their votes ahead of the Delhi assembly elections to wash off their sins. According to Vishwas, people of Delhi had committed a sin five years ago in 2015 by voting Aam Aadmi Party into power.

Taking a dig at Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, poet-turned-politician Kumar Vishwas asked voters of Delhi to demolish evil intentions of Aam Aadmi Party and Arvind Kejriwal, to whom Vishwas referred to as ‘Self-styled dwarf’ and ‘AIDS of politics’.

Kumar Vishwas also alleged that AAP killed society, country, hope, army, friendship and trust due to their politics and urged people to come out of their house to vote out Arvind Kejriwal-led party from Delhi. 

Time for washing the sin of the last 5 years. It is time to demolish the evil intentions of the ‘self-styled dwarf’ and the ‘AIDS of politics’ who killed the society, country, hope, army, friendship and trust due to his politics. Get out of the houses, tell me that you can make it so that you can wipe out this Shishupal,” reads Kumar Vishwas tweet in English.  

Read: Kumar Vishwas calls Arvind Kejriwal a ‘habitual liar’

Kumar Vishwas also referred Arvind Kejriwal to mythological character Shishupal, who was killed by Lord Krishna for his sins. Shishupal was slain by Lord Krishna at the great coronation ceremony of Yudhishthira in punishment for the vile abuse made against him.

In Indian mythology and culture, Shishupal represents an arrogant character who kept on making mistakes despite knowing his end was near.

Vishwas started his political career as co-founder of Aam Aadmi Party, but differences emerged between him and AAP leadership, especially with party chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal which probably compelled him to drift away from the party.

Read: ‘Army’s confidence not important, Modi must be thrown out’ – Kumar Vishwas exposes Kejriwal on Surgical Strike

Vishwas on several occasions in the past has been extremely critical of the Aam Aadmi Party supremo Arvind Kejriwal. He had also called Kejriwal “a habitual liar” when he had appeared in the Arun Jaitley defamation case in Delhi High Court in May last year.

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