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PM Modi To Retire? Massive Political War After Kejriwal’s Shocker; Amit Shah Hits Back.

Home Minister Amit Shah has responded to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s recent comments about Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the possibility of Shah becoming the next Prime Minister. Kejriwal, in a press conference after being released from jail, attacked PM Modi, suggesting that he wants “one nation, one leader” and questioned whether Shah would fulfill Modi’s guarantee to retire at the age of 75.

In response, Amit Shah clarified that there is no such rule in the BJP’s constitution regarding a retirement age of 75 for the Prime Minister. He stated that PM Modi will complete his tenure and continue to lead the country in the future. Shah emphasized that there is no confusion within the BJP regarding this matter.

Furthermore, Shah questioned Kejriwal’s “misplaced confidence” and highlighted that the interim bail granted to him is temporary and does not absolve him from the liquor policy case. Shah pointed out that Kejriwal will have to surrender to the agencies on June 2, after the completion of his interim bail period.

It is important to note that the Supreme Court considered granting interim bail to Kejriwal due to the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, as it is not possible for the court to conclude the arguments or pronounce a verdict on his petition challenging his arrest by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) at this stage.

Arvind Kejriwal is the Chief Minister of Delhi and the national convenor of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). He assumed office as the Chief Minister in 2013 but resigned after 49 days due to his inability to mobilize support for his proposed anti-corruption legislation. However, in subsequent elections, the AAP registered significant victories and Kejriwal was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Delhi for the third time in a row in 2020.

The Aam Aadmi Party was launched by Kejriwal in 2012 and aims to provide an alternative to traditional politics in India. The party focuses on issues such as anti-corruption, governance reforms, and the welfare of the common people. It has gained popularity in Delhi and has emerged as a significant opposition party in the country.

In response to Arvind Kejriwal’s comments about Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the possibility of Amit Shah becoming the next Prime Minister, Home Minister Amit Shah clarified that there is no retirement age of 75 mentioned in the BJP’s constitution for the Prime Minister. Shah affirmed that PM Modi will complete his tenure and continue to lead the country in the future. He also highlighted that Kejriwal’s interim bail is temporary and does not absolve him from the ongoing liquor policy case.

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