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Pakistan, Kejriwal felt pain after abrogation of Article 370: Adityanath

The Uttar Pradesh chief minister also termed the Shaheen Bagh protest a "malicious attempt to disturb peace and normal life"

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath addressing an election rally in New Delhi. Photo: ANI
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath addressing an election rally in New Delhi. Photo: ANI

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister on Sunday said when the provisions of Article 370, that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir, were abrogated, pain was felt by Pakistan and chief Arvind Kejriwal.

The Uttar Pradesh chief minister also termed the Shaheen Bagh protest a "malicious attempt to disturb peace and normal life".

"When Article 370 was abrogated, pain was felt by Pakistan and Arvind Kejriwal," Adityanath said, addressing a rally in south Delhi's Badarpur.

Adityanath said in the Delhi elections, on one side there is the leadership of Narendra Modi for development and nationalism, on the other, there is the and Kejriwal who "support divisive forces".

"The is working with zero tolerance towards terrorism. But Kejriwal is busy with sponsoring and offering biryani in Shaheen Bagh," he said.

First Published: Sun, February 02 2020. 19:20 IST
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