Aam Aadmi Party pushing Hindutva in Gujarat.

Aam Aadmi Party pushing Hindutva in Gujarat.

On October 26, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal urged the Central government to issue Indian currency notes featuring the portraits of Mahatma Gandhi on one side and Hindu Gods on the other. He cited the example of the world’s largest Muslim nation, Indonesia which had done the same sometime back for its currency. So what is the reason that a secular party like the AAP is trying so desperately to play in the Hindutva card for the Gujurat elections? The answer is simple, It looks like Congress by its own self-destruction mechanism is out of the game in Gujurat and the battle seems to be with the BJP as the front-runner and AAP seems to be the challenger. Hence,  Mister Kejriwal seems to believe that he has already backed the so-called secular votes, that is the minority votes as its highly likely that they would be voting for anyone who seems to have a chance to defeat the BJP.
On October 26, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal urged the Central government to issue Indian currency notes featuring the portraits of Mahatma Gandhi on one side and Hindu Gods on the other. He cited the example of the world’s largest Muslim nation, Indonesia which had done the same sometime back for its currency. So what is the reason that a secular party like the AAP is trying so desperately to play in the Hindutva card for the Gujurat elections? The answer is simple, It looks like Congress by its own self-destruction mechanism is out of the game in Gujurat and the battle seems to be with the BJP as the front-runner and AAP seems to be the challenger. Hence,  Mister Kejriwal seems to believe that he has already backed the so-called secular votes, that is the minority votes as its highly likely that they would be voting for anyone who seems to have a chance to defeat the BJP.
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