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Kejriwal says Modi walking on Hitler’s path

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that he is following the path of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, after a video of a brutal physical assault surfaced showing 35 to 40 men mercilessly beating up four men in Haryana’s Gurugram.

In a tweet, Kejriwal said: “Hitler bhi satta ke liye yahi karta tha. Hitler ke gunde logo to pitte the, unka khoon karte the aur police jinhe mara, unhi ke khilaaf case karti thi (Hitler also used to do this for power. Hitler’s goons used to beat up people, kill them, and police registered cases against those who were assaulted).”

“Modiji bhi satta ke liye yahi karwa rahein hai, Hitler ke raaste chal rahe hai. Par Modi samrthako ko dikhai nahi deta hai ki hamara bharat kidhar ja raha hai. (Modiji is also doing this for power, he is walking on the path of Hitler. But Modi supporters are not able to see where our country is going).”

In another tweet, Kejriwal asked in which Hindu religious book is it written to attack Muslims.
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He said that these people are not Hindus but they are goons and their party is made up of hooligans. It is the duty of every Indian to save both the country and the Hindu religion, he said.

Gurugram Police has arrested six men and registered a case against them for attempt to murder at the Bhondi police station.

The police are trying to identify the other attackers.

On Thursday (on the day of Holi) evening, the victims, who belong to the minority community, were playing cricket outside their residence in Bhup Singh Nagar.

Police said that the attackers in a drunken state had first ordered them to stop playing cricket on the street which was followed by a heated exchange of words. Next, the assailants attacked the victims with batons, swords, iron rods, hockey sticks and water pipes.

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Chinese President Xi Jinping orders the army to speed up preparations for war

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The border dispute between India and China continues to grow. China has increased its military presence on the Ladakh border. Separate reports claim that China has increased its troops here.

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Two areas are prominent among them. One is Galvan Valley and the other is Pangong Lake. It is being claimed that the Chinese army has installed about 100 tents in Galvan Valley.#

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At the same time, India is also increasing its troops on the border to respond to China.

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Amidst all this, Chinese President Xi Jinping has asked the army to speed up the preparations for the war. Xi ordered the army to imagine the worst possible situation, to think about it, and to increase its preparedness and training for the war, to deal with all complex situations quickly and effectively.

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At the same time vigorously defend the interests of national sovereignty, security and development. His remarks came against the backdrop of a nearly 20-day standoff between India and China on the Line of Actual Control (LAC).

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In recent times, the forces of India and China in Ladakh and North Sikkim have increased their presence to a great extent.

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This gives a clear indication of the escalation of tensions and sternness on both sides, even after two weeks of two different tensions between the armies of the two countries.

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