The recent allegations made by Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal that Prime Minister Narendra Modi is misusing central agencies to break opposition parties and form BJP governments in states has raised serious concerns about the misuse of power. Kejriwal has accused the Prime Minister of using the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and other central agencies to target opposition leaders and weaken their parties.
The Chief Minister’s allegations come at a time when the BJP is in power in several states, including Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Maharashtra, and Karnataka. Kejriwal has alleged that the BJP is using the central agencies to target opposition leaders and weaken their parties in order to gain an advantage in the upcoming state elections.
The allegations have been strongly denied by the BJP, which has accused Kejriwal of making baseless and politically motivated allegations. The BJP has also accused Kejriwal of trying to divert attention from the ongoing investigation into the alleged corruption in the Delhi government.
However, the allegations have raised serious questions about the misuse of power by the Prime Minister and the BJP. It is important to note that the CBI and ED are independent agencies and are not under the direct control of the Prime Minister. If the allegations are true, then it would be a serious violation of the law and a misuse of power.
It is also important to note that the BJP has been accused of using the central agencies to target opposition leaders in the past. In 2017, the CBI raided the homes of several opposition leaders in Karnataka, including former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. The raids were seen as an attempt to weaken the opposition and gain an advantage in the upcoming state elections.
The allegations made by Kejriwal are serious and must be investigated thoroughly. If the allegations are true, then it would be a serious violation of the law and a misuse of power. It is important that the government takes steps to ensure that the central agencies are not misused for political gain.