Harsh Vardhan flays Congress for trying to repeal sedition laws
New Delhi: BJP's Chandni Chowk candidate Harsh Vardhan on Sunday visited different neighbourhoods in his constituency as part of his campaign for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls in Delhi. Taking out rallies in areas like Railway Colony, Kishanganj Market, and Moti Bagh, Vardhan said that Delhiites have always known to protect nationalist interests and that a party that promises to repeal sedition laws will never get a mandate from the Capital.
"The citizens of Delhi have never known to tolerate anti-national elements and that is why they continue to support nationalist ideologies and strengthen nationalist forces," he said. Vardhan said that voters in Delhi will never forgive Congress for promising to repeal sedition laws in their manifesto.
The incumbent MP said that his party has always considered India and its national interest first before thinking about personal interests. Vardhan went on to accuse the Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government of deliberately delaying court procedures over the JNU incident.