Mr. Kejriwal, the Dalit of my Punjab is progressing with his own self-confidence, he is not at the mercy of others
Arvind Kejriwal thinks that the Dalit community of Punjab is greedy and up for sale. His thoughts make me pity him and at the same time they enrage me. Pity because in order to seize power in Punjab he has indulged in low-level politics and consequently, he himself has stooped low and has thrown his party to the dogs. I am furious because this fellow has the guts to come all the way from Delhi to Punjab to buy the loyalty of the Dalit brotherhood which has earned livelihood and dignity by toiling hard and is luring them by offering post of a deputy chief minister. Kejriwal Ji, you are saying that any one representative from the dalit community would be made the Dy. CM and in return you seek votes from the entire community of Punjab. Why did you not have someone as the Dy. CM in Delhi? Why isn’t Delhi’s dalit a dalit for you? This is because you have a deep-rooted hatred for the dalits.
I had stated it earlier that you don’t do politics in the interests of the Dalits, but you do it so that you can take their advantage. Since independence, all the Congress governments have exploited the dalits, never fulfilled the promises made to them and made them weak economically and socially. The Congress governments never had a concrete policy for them and only used them as vote banks. Today Kejriwal is following Congress’ footsteps. I say it loud and clear that the Dalit of my Punjab is progressing with his own self-confidence. He is not at the mercy of others. I would like to tell this fraud politician that Sir, an MP of your party who belonged to the dalit community and had won election from Punjab was neither made the Legislature party leader, nor was he handed a dignified post in your party. Instead he was maltreated and shown the doors, or I should rather say that he was thrown out of the party because he was a dalit. I read it in newspapers that your MP, Harider Singh Khalsa had disclosed that you are anti-dalit. Hence, neither the dalit communit, nor the voters of Punjab will fall prey to your malicious designs. You have stooped to a new low. Your kind of politics is unacceptable to the people of Punjab. It would be better if you go back to Delhi otherwise the dalit community knows it very well how to respond to an opportunist.