They Are Calling Me Terrorist, BJP’s MLA Kapil Mishra Tweets

“People who didn’t believe Burhan Wani and Afzal Guru as terrorists are calling Kapil Mishra a terrorist.

People who go to court for Sharjeel Imam, Umar Khalid and Yakub Memon are currently demanding Kapil Mishra’s arrest. Jai Shri Ram,” the MLA tweeted in Hindi this afternoon.

Mr Mishra, famous for his communal and incendiary tweets, had led a rally on Sunday in favour of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in northeast Delhi’s Maujpur region, near Jaffrabad, in which a demonstration was around because of Saturday night against law. In the rally, he also gave an”ultimatum” to Delhi Police to clean the streets in the region or else,” he explained, they’d need to hit the roads. Before clashes erupted from the citizenship legislation, mr Mishra made the announcement hours, and law being supported by a group.

“Three times’ ultimatum for Delhi Police – clear that the streets in Jaffrabad and Chand Bagh. Next, we will not hear you,” he announced. At a video of this address, he could be observed making these comments that were incendiary as a Delhi Police officer stands alongside him.

Opposition leaders and a section of networking users have criticised the BJP leader over his remarks.

His party colleague, BJP MP Gautam Gambhir, struck out at Mr Mishra on Tuesday, stating rigorous action has to be taken against those responsible for these provocative statements, no matter the allegiance.

“That is unfortunate. Whoever has done this action has to be taken – if BJP, Congress or AAP. The address of kapil Mishra isn’t acceptable. This really is roughly Delhi not about any political party,” Mr Gambhir said because he visited a hospital in which wounded policemen have been treated.

Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari also appealed to all of the party leaders to focus on establishing peace at the federal capital and to not do anything which causes”confusion” and sends a”wrong message” to individuals.

Left leader Brinda Karat demanded his arrest and composed attributing its violence in northeast Delhi on Kapil Mishra.

In a succession of tweets on Tuesday, Mr Mishra said that he had been mistreated and “death threats” were issued against him. In addition, he claimed he hadn’t committed a crime.

“I’ve received calls from most to kill me. A lot of people like journalists and politicians are abusing me. However, I’m not scared because I haven’t done something wrong,” Mr Mishra was quoted as saying by news agency PTI.

Kapil Mishra, who unsuccessfully contested this month’s Delhi election, was convicted for his hatred speeches because protests broke out from the CAA over two weeks past, including yelling slogans “take at the traitors”.

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