Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal claims Amit Shah to be PM in 2025 if NDA wins; Modi will finish term, says Union minister

So I asked the BJP, who is your PM candidate? If they form govt, they will first tackle (UP CM) Yogiji. Then Modiji’s favorite, Amit Shah will be the PM. So, I want to alert the people of the country, that Modiji is not asking for a vote for himself, He is seeking votes to make Amit Shah PM. I want to ask Modiji and Amit Shahji, Who will fulfill Modiji’s guarantee? will Amit Shah do it?

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s recent assertions have injected new vigor into the political discourse surrounding the upcoming elections. By speculating on Amit Shah’s potential ascension to the Prime Minister’s office in 2025, Kejriwal has ignited debates about the BJP’s leadership dynamics and electoral strategy. His claims suggest a strategic move by the BJP, with Modi seemingly positioning Shah as his successor, prompting questions about the party’s long-term vision and succession planning.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal predicts that if the NDA wins the 2024 elections, Amit Shah will become the Prime Minister in 2025.

Moreover, Kejriwal’s promise of full statehood for Delhi as part of an envisaged INDIA bloc government underscores his commitment to bolstering regional autonomy and challenging central authority. By positioning AAP as a key player in national politics, Kejriwal seeks to capitalize on voter dissatisfaction with traditional political structures and offer an alternative narrative of empowerment and decentralization.

  1. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal predicts that if the NDA wins the 2024 elections, Amit Shah will become the Prime Minister in 2025. Kejriwal alleges that Modi seeks votes not for himself but to make Shah the PM, raising questions about the BJP’s leadership strategy.
  2. Kejriwal asserts that an INDIA bloc government will be formed after the elections, with AAP’s participation, promising full statehood for Delhi and autonomy from central control. He pledges to work tirelessly to end what he perceives as a dictatorship and ensure Delhi’s empowerment.
  3. Kejriwal accuses the BJP of aiming for 400 seats to alter the Constitution and abolish reservations, vowing to defend democracy vigorously. He contrasts AAP’s focus on development in Delhi with the BJP’s alleged lack of significant accomplishments during its tenure.

At the heart of Kejriwal’s narrative lies a critique of the BJP’s governance model, characterized by what he perceives as a lack of tangible achievements and a focus on divisive rhetoric over substantive issues. By contrasting AAP’s track record of development in Delhi with the BJP’s alleged shortcomings, Kejriwal aims to appeal to voters’ desire for effective governance and inclusive policies.

During these political maneuvers, Kejriwal’s ongoing legal battles, notably his interim bail in a money laundering case, add a layer of complexity to the political landscape. While providing him with temporary respite, these legal challenges also highlight the precarious nature of his political standing and the potential implications for his future aspirations.

In sum, Kejriwal’s recent statements reflect a broader strategy aimed at reshaping the political narrative, challenging traditional power structures, and positioning AAP as a credible alternative on the national stage. As the electoral contest intensifies, his assertions are likely to fuel further debates and shape the discourse leading up to the polls.