‘Anarchist’ Kejriwal Looking For ‘cheap Publicity’: NC

‘Anarchist’ Kejriwal Looking For ‘cheap Publicity’: NC

28 February 2014
Kashmir Despatch


Srinagar: The ruling National Conference on Friday termed Aam Admi Party chief Arvind Kejriwal an ‘anarchist who is hungry for cheap publicity for his electoral gains in the country’. Not impressed by AAP’s political expedition in Kashmir, Dr Mustafa Kamal, additional general secretary of NC said that by way of nominating Raja Muzaffar Bhat from Srinagar-Budgam parliamentary constituency, the AAP wants to gain publicity at the national level. “This is a cheap publicity stunt from AAP. Kejriwal could not handle Delhi, how can he handle the country.” Dr Kamal said that Kejriwal has proven utter failure as the chief minister of Delhi. “He could not run the capital but he is dreaming of leading the country. Kejriwal is an anarchist.” He said may be AAP will fetch few votes as everyone is not a supporter of National Conference. “Otherwise, Kejriwal has a zero stand in Jammu and Kashmir. By fielding a candidate against Dr Farooq Abdullah, he wants to make news in the country and gain few votes,” Kamal stressed. He said that he does not know the AAP candidate nominated from Srinagar. “Yes, I have heard that he is a former PDP man. But these people always want to remain in greener pastures and actually they don’t have any standing.”