New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday asked people to choose between “two models of politics emerging in this country”, saying the AAP stood for a united India.
Kejriwal tweeted that the first model tried to keep youths unemployed and uneducated “and use them to do riots and spread hatred”.
“Some parties (are) doing this kind of politics,” the Aam Aadmi Party leader added, without naming any party.
The second model, he said, gave education, skills and jobs to youths and channelised their energy positively. “AAP (is) doing this politics to unite India.”
Between the two models, the chief minister said, people “have to decide which model you support”.