New Delhi: After hours of protests by the AAP for supposedly putting Arvind Kejriwal under home arrest, the Delhi chief minister on Tuesday dealt with party members and declared the Centre tried its best to guarantee that he does not step out as his strategy was to sit in uniformity with the protesting farmers.The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) previously in the day declared that Delhi Authorities has put Kejriwal under house arrest after he fulfilled objecting farmers at the Singhu border, a claim rejected by the city police.After hours of drama outside his home, the AAP supremo came outside and attended to the celebration members.”If I was not stopped, I would have gone and supported the protesting farmers in their Bharat Bandh movement. I am pleased that Bharat Bandh was a success. I prayed for the objecting farmers while sitting within,” he said.Kejriwal stated the Centre tried its best to ensure that he does not march.”They tried their finest to make sure that I do not step out. If they would not have actually stopped me, I would have gone to support the objecting farmers … I hope the Centre agrees to the farmers’ need and make a law on MSP so that our farmers do not suffer anymore,” he said.”We got a lot of pressure to allow the usage of stadiums as short-lived jails, but we did not allow and I feel this assisted the movement. However ever since the Centre has been really angry,” Kejriwal said.He asked all celebration members to serve the farmers selflessly.”I wish to praise you all for serving the farmers as ‘sewadaars’. We had plainly told that no one must use the celebration’s caps and take AAP’s name. We will go there as Indians and as patriots. The farmers serve us. It is the first time that we got an opportunity to serve them. I also went there as a sewadaar the other day. This additional angered the Centre,” the chief minister asserted.Kejriwal stated he mored than happy that the entire nation jointly came in support of the farmers movement.”The call for Bharat Bandh by the farmers was highly successful. People from throughout the nation supported the bandh in their own way. The AAP volunteers and individuals of Delhi also supported the motion, and I wish to praise the farmers and the people of the country for this.”I am happy the whole nation collectively was available in support of the motion of the farmers, it represented unity. I wished to spend some time on the border with the farmers today, not as a CM, but as a sewadar,” he stated.”I wanted to reveal my assistance to them by sitting with them for half-an-hour or so. I think they (Centre) was familiar with about my plan, and so they did not let me go. But even though I might not go, I was praying from my house for the movement of the country to be effective,” the CM added.The AAP leader likewise hit out at the Union federal government for stopping the farmers when they were moving towards the national capital.”A few days back, we had actually gotten a proposition of the central federal government. First of all, they tried to stop the farmers in every city of Haryana when the farmers were moving towards Delhi. They used water cannons and tear gas shells on the farmers and established barricades to stop them, however our farmers defied all the hurdles and reached Delhi.”The Centre then decided to let the farmers enter Delhi, and they asked the Delhi federal government for approval to transform 9 stadiums in the city into jails,” he said.Kejriwal also pointed out the Anna motion and how its supporters were “put in these huge arenas which were transformed into prisons”.”I all of a sudden might not assist, but recall the Anna Andolan, and how we were put in these big stadiums which were converted into prisons. They put us in prisons and tried to deteriorate the movement.”In the exact same way, I knew that they would put the farmers into prisons to weaken their movement. There was a lot of pressure on us, we received calls from various sources. However we decided to stand in assistance of the farmers, which I think assisted the farmer’s motion,” he included.”A nation where the farmers and the soldiers are unfortunate can never ever progress. We need to keep politics aside and help the farmers, serve them and stand by them till their motion continues,” the AAP supremo added.Addressing an interview outside Kejriwal’s residence, Sisodia previously in the day claimed that he and numerous celebration MLAs were not permitted to satisfy the CM. He and some AAP members were later enabled to go inside the CM’s residence.The city authorities, nevertheless, rejected the charges of keeping Kejriwal under home arrest.The Opposition BJP and Congress called the so-called home arrest of Kejriwal a “political trick”. Delhi BJP representative Naveen Kumar said the AAP is enjoying politics of lies and betrayal.”AAP is constantly doing politics of lies and betrayal. The Other Day, CM Kejriwal went to Singhu border and he also went to a celebration at night. This is the video. They are calling resting at home as home arrest,” he tweeted and posted a supposed video of Kejriwal’s residence.Delhi Congress president Anil Chaudhary stated, “It is a gimmick. How can he head out in support of Bharat Bandh when his own federal government has notified the brand-new farm law? He should be waiting on Amit Shah’s approval prior to leaving his residence.”Thousands of farmers, mostly from Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, are protesting at different border points of Delhi against the new farm laws.The Centre’s deal to amend the contentious laws failed to cut ice with farmer groups during the 5th round of talks on Saturday.
Centre attempted its best to guarantee I don’t march to support protesting
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