A classic case of ‘running with the hare and hunting with the hounds’ Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was seen asking people to celebrate Khalistani militant Bhiandrawale’s poster but when boomeranged, AAP disowned the move.
Aam Aadmi Party, which had accepted the funds from Sikh separatist and anti-social elements living abroad had been seen disowning the poster that carried the photos of major AAP leaders along with slain Sikh militant leader, Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.
Khalistani nexus exposed; AAP runs for cover
AAP’s Khalistani nexus is now an open secret. It has now surfaced in the public fore and even a criminal case has been filed recently in Ludhiana court by a Moga based NGO. Anti-national agenda, supporting Khalistani extremist and accepting funds from Sikh radicals from across the globe have thrown Punjabis into an uproar against the controversial Aam Aadmi Party.
Posters with photographs of slain Khalistan militant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and Kejriwal and other AAP leaders had appeared in some parts of Punjab. Facing the public uproar and also an imminent arrest as a criminal case has been filed against AAP leaders, Kejriwal ran for cover and tried to pass on the blame onto opposition parties. Kejriwal alleged that it was done by opposition to tarnish their public image.
Rise in AAP’s funding
AAP is seen accumulating massive funding from Sikh separatist and anti-social elements living across the globe. “Rise in the AAP’s funding” is a serious question and the party now ought to clear its stand on the source of funds.
Eyeing forthcoming assembly polls in Punjab AAP is playing an extremely dangerous game of pushing extremist agenda in state but people of Punjab wont let any body disrupt peace & harmony in state and their dubious intensions will boomerang against them.