AAP Punjab : “In the political arena in India, which has a Constitution, a Parliament and a system, you cannot ask for a revolution within the country, it is anti-national. And you will disturb Punjab”
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) engage in “disruptive and destabilising tactics” as we can term it as “anti-national”
The former Chief Minister said: “Bhagat Singh wanted freedom from British, who does AAP want freedom from. Inquilab is a revolutionary word given by Bhagat Singh. He gave his life for nation’s sake and now when our country is one, they (AAP) want to break it again by resorting to disruptive and destabilising tactics,”.
Its is asked from aam aadmi party punjab (aap punjab) come clean “about the posters circulated by it, carrying pictures of Jarnail Singh Bhindrawale, Arvind Kejriwal, Sucha Singh Chhotepur, Sanjay Singh and Bhagwant Mann, asking people to celebrate his (Bhindrawale’s) birth anniversary by paying obeisance at the nearest gurdwaras.”
- AAP leader Sanjay Singh rubbished the claim saying his party has nothing to do with the posters being circulated in the social media.
Accusing AAP of waging a rebellion, the former Chief Minister said
- on the one hand they were asking people for revolution
- on the other hand exhorting people to celebrate Bhindrawale’s birth anniversary.