New Delhi | Blaming some political parties for keeping the youth unemployed and uneducated and using them to engineer riots and spread hatred, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today said it is the people who have to decide which model do they want to choose.
“Two models of politics are emerging in this country. You have to decide which model do you support,” he said in a tweet. First model, keep youth unemployed and uneducated and use them to do riots and spread hatred. Some parties doing this kind of politics,” he added.
Mr Kejriwal said the Aam Aadmi Party was among the emerging political parties which are playing politics to unite India. Second model, give education, skill and jobs to youth and channelise their energy positively. AAP doing this politics to unite India,” he tweeted.
Earlier, he also warned people against dirty politics played by poisonous politicians in his radio message with reference to an incident in which a Muslim villager was killed by a mob in Dadri district over the rumours of consumption of beef.
Ikhlaq, the villager concerned, was killed by a 200-strong mob in Bisada village after rumours spread that his family was eating calf meat.
Mr Kejriwal also visited his family and slammed the Central government and the state government for the ugly incident.
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