"All radical groups have aligned with AAP and I am saying with responsibility. I personally feel the government of India should clearly investigate the funding of the AAP," he alleged while addressing media here.
Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab, Sukhbir Singh Badal has broken the ice of what many other experts have been saying for long about Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) when he said that AAP has been aligning with radical elements of Punjab and that the Centre should initiate probe into the source of funds that the party has been receiving.
Sukhbir Singh Badal who also holds the home portfolio alleged that there is a nefarious attempt by the Inter Service Intelligence (ISI) of the Pakistani establishment to destabilise Punjab by targetting important leaders, before Punjab goes into assembly polls in 2017.
“All radical groups have aligned with AAP and I am saying with responsibility. I personally feel the government of India should clearly investigate the funding of the AAP,” he alleged while addressing media here.
He also accused said that it is very unfortunate that AAP national convener and Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal have been meeting representatives of radical groups regularly
“Radical groups of Punjab have been meeting Kejriwal regularly. What is the purpose of Delhi CM to meet radical groups of Punjab. Why does he meet them,” Sukhbir questioned. “Radical leaders like Mohkam Singh are trying their best to utilise the 2017 Punjab elections as an opportunity to destablise peace and harmony attained by people of Punjab after great sacrifices,” he claimed.
“ISI has big plans to destablise Punjab before elections. They have plans to target important leaders and engineer sacrilege incidents. We have already conveyed this information to the Union Home Minister and National Security Advisor one month back,” Sukhbir said.