Dadri/Noida, Oct. 3 (ANI): Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday accused political parties of wanting to create a divide between Hindu and Muslim communities for the sake of vote bank.
“Political parties want to create a divide between Hindu and Muslim communities for the sake of their vote bank. Who has benefitted from this? Nobody benefitted from this except the political parties and their leaders,” Kejriwal told media here after meeting the family of deceased Mohammad Akhlaq, who was killed by a mob over reports of him keeping beef in his house.
“The whole village is expressing grief over this incident. This is against humanity and all of us are ashamed of this act. This had never happened in this village,” he added.
Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal was earlier barred by the local administration from entering the Bishada village. (ANI)