Now UN statement on Kejriwal's arrest, said this regarding the Lok Sabha elections


The arrest of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has drawn the attention of the whole world towards India. The entire opposition including Aam Aadmi Party is protesting against the arrest of Delhi CM across the country, apart from this, countries like America and Germany have also expressed concern over his arrest. 

Now the United Nations has also given its reaction to the political crisis in India. The United Nations, while responding to a question on the 'political unrest' following the arrest of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and freezing of Congress' bank accounts, said that we need to ensure the political and civil rights of the people in the elections to be held in India and other countries. There is hope for safety.

Stephane Dujarric, spokesman for UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, said at a press conference, “We have full hope that in India, like in other countries, everyone's rights, including political and civil rights, will be protected and everyone will be able to vote in a free and fair environment.” I will succeed.” A day before this, America had also given a similar reaction regarding the ED raids and arrests of opposition leaders in India.

American diplomat summoned

India had on Wednesday summoned the US diplomat in protest over his comments on Kejriwal's arrest. Speaking on this, US State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller said, “I am not going to talk about any private diplomatic meeting. But we have made it clear publicly before, the same thing I say here, that we encourage fair, transparent, timely legal processes. We do not think that anyone should have any objection to this and we will clarify the same personally.”

A few days before the Lok Sabha elections, the Enforcement Directorate had arrested Arvind Kejriwal on March 21 in the Delhi Liquor Policy case. He is currently in the custody of the Central Investigation Agency. Apart from this, Congress has also alleged that the Income Tax Department has sealed his bank accounts, due to which he has no money left to contest the parliamentary elections.