‘India must be protected from Hitler-like forces,’ says Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal

Although the Delhi chief minister didn’t name these “Hitler-like forces”, one could presume he was either referring to the PM or to US President Donald Trump, who has in five days taken a slew of decisions that his critics have termed “unilateral” and “dictatorial”.

Still, given Kejriwal has no love lost for PM Modi, he might have been hinting at someone closer to home.

In another tweet today, the Delhi chief minister alleged that Modi ordered the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to go to his party’s offices on the eve of Republic Day to seize documents related to his government’s ‘Feedback Unit’.

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