AAP stands for 'Arvind Anti Punjab': Anurag Thakur


Union Minister Anurag Thakur on Friday slammed Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal over the allegations levelled by his former associate and termed Aam Aadmi Party as “Arvind Anti Punjab”.

Addressing a press conference here on the last day of the campaigning in the state for Assembly election, Thakur questioned Kejriwal’s “silence” over allegations made by a “founding member” of the Aam Aadmi Party who has now moved away from the party. 

“There are some people whose political appetite is never satiated. Several members of AAP who were also the founding members of the party have levelled serious charges against Arvind Kejriwal. And he has not responded yet,” Thakur said.

The BJP leader said AAP stands for “A- Arvind A- Anti P- Punjab”.

“People of Punjab will never accept them,” he noted. He said the Central Government provided justice to the Sikh community for the 1984 anti-Sikh riots. “What could not be done for 30 years, Narendra Modi government has done that. What has Kejriwal done in Delhi? He did not appoint a single Punjabi Minister but has come to seek votes in Punjab. So on the eve of the polls, I want to tell the people of Punjab, it is very important to understand what kind of thought they (AAP) have. The allegations raise a big question mark,” the Union Minister said.

Voting for the Assembly election in Punjab will take place on February 20, while the counting of votes will be done on March 10. (ANI)


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