On the same day that Gujarat saw the appearance of posters labelling him “anti-Hindu,” Aam Aadmi Party leader Arvind Kejriwal claimed on Saturday that God had given him a specific responsibility to eradicate the “descendants” of the demon Kansa because he was born on Janmashtami.
The Gujarati people will not forgive those who used such remarks, the Delhi chief minister claimed, saying that the posters and banners contained offensive language to God.
They should know that I was born on Krishna Janmashtami, I’d like to say. And God has given me a special task: to eliminate these Kansa descendants and purge the populace of corrupt officials and hooligans, he continued.
The Delhi Chief Minister asserted that the posters and banners contained derogatory language toward God and that the people of Gujarat would not forgive those responsible.
“To fulfil God’s desire, we will cooperate. God is in my corner. I have people with me. People are furious because they want a change, “On the first day of his most recent visit to Gujarat, which is nearing elections, he stated.
On Saturday, signs calling Kejriwal “anti-Hindu” and depicting him donning a skull hat appeared in the cities of Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Surat, and Vadodara.
Some banners included Kejriwal’s images along with phrases like “I see Hindu religion as craziness,” while others read “anti-Hindu Kejriwal go back.”