From the platforms of New Delhi to the fields of Ludhiana, Arvind Kejriwal knows how to make heads turn. With a rather ‘catchy’ start at Delhi while leaving for his three day tour to Punjab, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal arrived with equal fervor in the land of fields. Like he left, his arrival was also met with protests by Akali Dal and Congress at the Ludhiana railway station.
In the morning while leaving, the CM was hosted by protestors demanding an action against the recent activties of AAP MLAs. AAP partymen however alleged that the protesters were ‘arranged’ by BJP and they manhandled Kejriwal. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia also indicted that PM Modi was involved in the ‘big security breach’.
And on reaching Ludhiana, Kejriwal had to be guarded by Punjab Police, Delhi Police personnels and AAP volunteers to avoid any mishap. Kejriwal, on reaching started with a press conference. He made a rather cheeky remark on Punjab’s Deputy CM Sukhbir Singh Badal in response to all the allegations levelled against him by the former. The starface of Aam Aadmi Party said ‘I have information that Sukhbir Badal has 63 fake CDs against us, they will release 2-3 daily’.
Aam Aadmi Party, which is hoping to crack a jackpot in the assembly polls in Punjab next year has been hit out by opposition in the state. Earlier, Badal had written to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh seeking an investigation in the fundings of AAP. He had alleged sources abroad that are putting in major money in the party funds. Quoting the destabilisation of the state, Sukhbir Singh Badal had said that the party was being aided by ‘radical elements residing in North America, Europe and Australia’.