“Anti-national agenda”, supporting Khalistani ideologue and accepting funds from Sikh separatist staying across the globe have thrown Punjabi’s into an uproar against the controversial Aam Aadmi Party. Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal was accused of being anti-national activist by the people of Punjab when he tried to evoke extremist sentiments of Punjabis by circulating unattributed pamphlets and released the provoking poster of Bhindranwale, which clearly reflected AAP’s nexus with Khalistanis.
- Kejriwal’s double standards
Congress’ Ludhiana MP Ravneet Singh Bittu spoke out against Kejriwals’ double standards as the AAP leader who had accepted the funds from Sikh separatist and anti-social elements living outside India had been seen disowning the poster that carried his picture with Sikh militant leader Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale. Kejriwal had adopted an extremist agenda by supporting a Khalistani ideologue, thus creating disquiet in Punjab’s political sphere. “Rise in the AAP’s funding” raised as a big question by Bittu, who even demanded AAP government to clear its stand on the source of funds.
It appears that People of Punjab won’t let this kind of rubbish publicity be propagated without sturdy protest and want clarity on the issues.
- 35,000 terrorism-affected families likely to protest
“What is going on in the peaceful state of Punjab is actually hazardous. People of Punjab were seen protesting and leaders were keeping quite on the issue,” says Bittu, who is likely to lead the protest against Kejriwal along with 35,000 terrorism-affected families. “Neither from Rajpura nor from Shambhu areas Kejriwal’s cavalcade would be allowed to enter the state of Punjab as he is backing extremists for political gains of the party,” Bittu said.
All the promises were broken by Kejriwal when we talk about Delhi, as Delhi has been dumped by Kejriwal and his leaders.
— Navjot S.S. (@navjot906) July 27, 2015
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