When Arvind Kejriwal praised PM Narendra Modi to the skies

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Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal put aside his fierce animosity with Prime Minister Narendra Modi today and "saluted him" for his "decisiveness" in ordering last Thursday's surgical strikes on terrorist camps+ across the Line of Control in Pakistan, ANI reported.
In what may be the understatement of the year, Kejriwal said he wanted to salute Modi even though "we may disagree with PM on various issues." The Delhi chief minister, who's usually at his combative best where the PM is concerned, lauded Modi "for the will power he showed on this issue."
"I appeal to the Prime Minister to also expose Pakistani Army's false propaganda" on the surgical strikes, Kejriwal said. He was referring to Islamabad denying that any Indian surgical strikes took place+ .
Last Thursday, India conducted surgical strikes on terrorist camps in Pakistan, successfully taking out at least 38 terrorists.

This rare bonhomie among politicians is being seen across the border, as politicians of all stripes came together at an all-party meeting called by Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif+ today. Even representatives from the party of bitter foe, Imran Khan. attended the meeting.
As Pakistan's The Express Tribune wrote: "Indian hostilities unite politicians at capital huddle".

It appears the same can be said about New Delhi.