new Delhi: Two days before Punjab’s vote, two of its players – Congress Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi and BJP’s Union Home Minister Amit Shah – have found themselves exchanging letters about a third – the Aam Aadmi Party’s Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
Responding to an appeal by Mr Channi based on Arvind Kejriwal’s allegations of separatist-sympathy, recently issued by a former AAP leader, Kavi Kumar Vishwas, Amit Shah has written back that the allegations should be “seriously” investigated. Will.
However, the AAP chief has said that he sees the camaraderie between the two political opponents as little more than a “comedy”.
Arvind Kejriwal said, “I have learned that the central government had called Mr. Channi last evening to write a letter and demand a probe. In the next two days, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) will file an FIR against me.”
He said, “I welcome all FIRs. But if the central government treats the security of the country like this, then I am very worried about it… They have made national security a comedy. Even after all this No agency found anything on me. Raids are conducted and one day the prime minister realizes what a great risk for me after reading a poem by a poet.”
“All the corrupt have united. They have come together because they are afraid of me. So yes, I am a terrorist for them. They cannot sleep peacefully because of me… 100 years ago they called Bhagat Singh a terrorist. And today they are calling me Bhagat Singh’s disciple, terrorist,” Mr Kejriwal said.
“I must be the world’s most beloved terrorist who builds hospitals and schools for people, sponsors pilgrimages for the old. I can’t believe the world has seen a terrorist who builds roads, fixes water problems.” , gives free electricity and solves the issues of the people,” he said.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday evening said the Delhi chief minister may soon be found under an anti-terror probe, as he assured Charanjit Singh Channi that the government had accused AAP of being backed by banned separatist group Sikh for Justice. have put. Or SFJ.
Shah wrote, “I want to assure you that no one will be allowed to play with the unity and integrity of the country. Government of India has taken this matter very seriously and I myself will look into this matter deeply.”
He said that the political party having links and getting support from a terrorist and banned organization is a serious matter for the unity and integrity of the country.
Echoing one of PM Modi’s campaign speeches in Punjab, Mr Shah said the agenda of such forces is no different from the agenda of the country’s enemies.
“It is highly condemnable that such people go to the extent of joining hands with separatists to grab power and go to the extent of breaking Punjab and the country,” he said.
Mr Channi wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi alleging that he had received a letter by the SFJ showing that the group was in constant touch with the AAP. He cited the letter to claim that the group extended its support to the AAP in the 2017 elections as it is doing now.
“These allegations also need to be thoroughly investigated and necessary action taken accordingly. I hope you will consider it and take appropriate necessary action immediately keeping in view the gravity of the matter because of these separatist forces, Punjab has to be first That’s a huge loss.” Congress leader wrote.
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