Union Minister and Shiromani Akali Dal leader Harsimrat Kaur Badal has accused Aam Aadmi Party convenor and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal of taking support from extremists in order to make a mark in the Punjab Assembly elections.
Union Minister and Shiromani Akali Dal leader Harsimrat Kaur Badal has accused Aam Aadmi Party convenor and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal of taking support from extremists in order to make a mark in the Punjab Assembly elections. While talking to media soon after casting her vote earlier today, Harsimrat said, “After 30 years there was a blast in Punjab and Kejriwal was later having dinner and breakfast with Babbar Khalsa, is a clear indication that ISI sponsors his party.”
Aftr 30-yrs thr ws blast in Punjab,Kejriwal having dinner&breakfast with Babbar Khalsa,clear indication ISI sponsors Kejriwal-Harsimrat Kaur pic.twitter.com/wThXYnRjBo
- West Bengal Election 2021: Amit Shah says four people died in Cooch Behar because of Mamata Banerjee
- Asaduddin Owaisi says 'most loyal voters received nothing but humiliation from TMC'
- 'BJP winning Bengal': Malviya releases Prashant Kishor Clubhouse audio to claim TMC has conceded defeat; poll strategist clarifies
— ANI (@ANI_news) February 4, 2017
Harsimarat has alleged Delhi CM of creating unrest in Punjab by shaking hands with terrorist groups and Pakistani spy agency such as ‘Inter Services Intelligence’ (ISI) and extremist group ‘Babbar Khalsa’.
Further hitting out at AAP, she said that Punjab wants government that coordinates with the Centre, not one that has issues with Centre every day and certainly not one that ruined Delhi.
Not just the Union Minister, but earlier, SAD chief Sukhbir Singh Badal had also accesed Kejriwal for allegedly staying in the house of Khalistan Commando Force (KCF) commander Gurinder Singh in Moga. Calling AAP leaders “opportunistic outsiders”, Sukhbir accused the party for only being interested in grabbing power not matter if it is by riding on the shoulder of extremist forces.
You might also want to see this:
Harsimrat today spoke with full confidence that the SAD-BJP coalition would once again form government in Punjab and took a jib at opposition parties for making false promises to lure voters. Amid the series of remarks made by the political leaders in Punjab, the polling was concluded on a positive note. Today’s voting will decide the fate of around 1,100 candidates. The polling procedure for 117 Punjab assembly seats took place unde tight security.