By hiking salaries of Imaams, AAP is resorting to appeasement - Goel

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A “Dharna Pradarshan” was led by Union Minister and Delhi BJP Ex-president Vijay Goel and BJP All India Secretary RP Singh today at Jantar Mantar against the appeasement politics of Aam Aadmi Party. The AAP through its president had who had announced salary hike of Imaams and Moazzins in Delhi from Rs 10,000 to Rs 18,000 and from Rs 9,000 to Rs 16,000 per month respectively. Goel said that announcement of hike in salaries has been declared just one month before the announcement of Lok Sabha elections.
Goel said that AAP is wooing Muslim Voters by hiking the salary of Imaams in exchange of votes. He further noted that with drum beats his agenda is to expose the Kejriwal Government. For political gains Delhi Waqf Board has been revived after years of reamaining defunct and was also reconstituted so that Imams and Moazzins can be gathered under one roof.
BJP National Secretary R.P Singh said that during a Delhi Wakf Board meeting Imran Qureshi and Amanatullah Khan were offering bribes to voters in exchange of votes and it vindicates the mala fide intentions of Aam Aadmi Party.
Member of Parliament Ramesh Bhiduri was also present at Dharna Pradarhsan and he stated that Kejriwal is a “Deshdrohi” and is backing the “Tukde Tukde” Gang.
Goel Further said that Kejriwal is seeking Muslim voters only and is neglecting sentiments of Hindu Voters. Delhi Waqf Board was dissolved in 2016 over allegations of corruption. Kejriwal Government chose to announce the hike just before the enforcement of Model Code of Conduct as a political gimmick and to mislead the Muslim community in the National Capital. He said that he will file a complaint to Election Commission of India against Kejriwal and AAP for the same.

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