‘…retirement rule only for Advani’: Kejriwal calls out PM Modi on BJP’s ‘retirement at age 75’ rule

Kejriwal said in the press conference that only BJP leaders have denied the retirement of PM Modi while he himself has not offered any clarification on this matter

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday (May 12) for the second consecutive day attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) over the retirement of PM Modi on completion of 75 years. Kejriwal said in the press conference that only BJP leaders have denied the retirement of PM Modi while he himself has not offered any clarification on this matter. He urged the PM to tell who will be his successor.

 

Kejriwal said, “If PM Modi will not retire, then he should say that the rule of retirement at 75 years will not apply to him. This rule was only for Advani. Under the One Nation-One Leader idea, they are sending all the opposition leaders to jail and ending the politics of their leaders.”

 

Kejriwal further accused PM Modi of ending the politics of leaders like Shivraj Singh Chauhan, Vasundhara Raje, Dr. Raman Singh. “Now the next number is of UP CM Yogi. BJP is saying that Modi ji will not retire, but it is not saying that Yogi ji will not be removed. This means it is certain that Yogi will be removed from the post of CM in the next two months” he said.

 

Arvind Kejriwal, in his first speech after exiting the Tihar jail yesterday, had said that PM Modi will be turning 75 in September next year, which means that he will be retiring. Hence, if BJP wins the polls, he had put forth the question that who will be the Prime Minister? In retort, Home Minister Amit Shah said that there is no such rule in the constitution and that PM Modi will govern until 2029.


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