Both farmers and soldiers are committing suicide in ‘Modi Raj’: Arvind Kejriwal

Kejriwal rued that it was "very sad" to see that soldiers have to fight against external enemy along border and "within" for their rights.

By: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: November 2, 2016 1:16 pm
Arvind Kejriwal, Kejriwal, ex-soldier suicide, Ram Kishan Grewal, Kejriwal attacks Modi, OROP, India news, latest news, indian express Kejriwal alleged that the Prime Minister was “lying” that the OROP scheme was being implemented by the Centre, contending that ex-serviceman would not have committed suicide if the scheme was being executed. (File Photo)

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Wednesday targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the suicide of an ex-serviceman here, saying both farmers and soldiers were ending their lives in his regime. Kejriwal, a bitter critic of Modi, also alleged that the Prime Minister was “lying” that the One Rank One Pension (OROP) scheme was being implemented by the Centre, contending that ex-serviceman, Ram Kishan Grewal, would not have committed suicide if the scheme was being executed by the Centre.

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“Both farmers and soldiers are committing suicide in Modi Raj. That means the Prime Minister is lying that OROP has been implemented. Why would Ram Kishan ji have committed suicide if OROP was being implemented?” Kejriwal said on Twitter.

The AAP leader also rued that it was “very sad” to see that soldiers have to fight against external enemy along border and “within” for their rights.

The whole nation should stand up for their rights, he urged.

Meanwhile, it is learnt that Kejriwal will the attend the cremation of Grewal later in the day.

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70-year-old Grewal allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison over the issue of OROP here Tuesday, police said.