Written byAakanksha Raghuvanshi ·
He, however, accused the Center of committing "sedition" by creating hurdles in the works of Delhi government.
In a Twitter post, Kejriwal slammed PM Modi for stalling works on schools, hospitals, and CCTV cameras installations.
मुझे नहीं पता कन्हैया ने देशद्रोह किया है या नहीं, उसकी जाँच क़ानून विभाग कर रहा है।— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) January 24, 2019
उधर मोदी जी ने दिल्ली के बच्चों के स्कूल रोके, अस्पताल रोके, CCTV कैमरे रोके, मोहल्ला क्लीनिक रोके, दिल्ली को ठप्प करने की पूरी कोशिश की - क्या ये देशद्रोह नहीं है? https://t.co/kj5H3vbPRs
"On the other hand, Modi ji has stalled works on schools for children, hospitals, installation of CCTV cameras, setting up of mohalla clinics in Delhi - is this not sedition?" Kejriwal said.
The AAP-led Delhi government is seeking legal advice with regard to granting sanction for prosecution in the JNU sedition case.
Last week, AAP and the Delhi Police had traded allegations over this.
Last week, AAP and the Delhi Police had attacked each other after a court questioned the filing of a charge sheet in the sedition case against former Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU) president Kanhaiya Kumar and nine others without procuring required sanction from authorities.
The Delhi government sources said the rules laid down by the court for sanction of prosecution will be followed.
The police had filed the charge sheet in the court on January 14, saying the sanction for prosecution was pending with the government.
"Why did you file (the charge sheet) without approval? You do not have a legal department," the court asked police on Saturday.
According to the charge sheet, Kumar was leading a procession and supported seditious slogans raised on the JNU campus during an event on February 9, 2016.
Former JNU students Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya were also charged for allegedly shouting anti-India slogans during the event to mark the hanging of Parliament attack mastermind Afzal Guru.
Afzal was executed on February 9, 2013, in Tihar.
The event, which ignited the controversy, had taken place despite Jawaharlal Nehru University administration canceling the permission for the same following a complaint by the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP). ABVP, a right-wing all India student organization affiliated to RSS, had called the event "anti-national".
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