AAP state office in Ahmedabad ransacked, spokesperson accuses BJP ‘goons’

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New Delhi | Updated: August 17, 2016 10:01:48 PM

AAP politician, Ashutosh today accused BJP goons of ransacking its AAP state office in Ahmedabad. In his tweet, Ashutosh, former journalist and the spokesperson for AAP said that BJP is scared of the popularity of AAP in Gujarat.

Claiming that Aam Aadmi Party has enrolled over 1 lakh members, the party said it is working towards strengthening the party for the upcoming 2017 elections. Aam Aadmi Party is planning to contest all 182 Assembly seats in Gujarat. (Twitter)Claiming that Aam Aadmi Party has enrolled over 1 lakh members, the party said it is working towards strengthening the party for the upcoming 2017 elections. Aam Aadmi Party is planning to contest all 182 Assembly seats in Gujarat. (Twitter)

AAP leader Ashutosh today accused BJP goons of ransacking its AAP state office in Ahmedabad. In his tweet, Ashutosh, former journalist and the spokesperson for AAP said that BJP is scared of the popularity of AAP in Gujarat.”BJP is so scared of AAP’s popularity in Gujarat. It’s goons today ransacked AAP state office in Ahmedabad.” The AAP spokesperson also posted pictures of its ransacked office. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal had also accused BJP for doing “politics of hate” following arrests of several AAP MLAs on various charges. AAP legislator Dinesh Mohaniya was also arrested by Delhi police on the charge of sexual harassment but was later let off on bail.

In a video addressed to its volunteers, Arvind Kejriwal had also talked about the ‘dirty politics’ and had said that this “oppression” will get ugly, he also added that their enemies could get them killed.

Somnath Bharti, former Delhi Law minister and AAP MLA had also accused BJP of setting his house on fire. Somnath Bharti called it a part of political conspiracy.

Claiming that Aam Aadmi Party has enrolled over 1 lakh members, the party said it is working towards strengthening the party for the upcoming 2017 elections. Aam Aadmi Party is planning to contest all 182 Assembly seats in Gujarat.

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