Ahead of Punjab polls, true colors of Kejriwal exposed

“Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo Arvind Kejriwal has tried enough to dupe people of Punjab but intelligent Punjabis have identified his true colors and now he along with his party will have to face its serious repercussions.”

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 Kejriwal is answerable to Sikhs for hurting their sentiments on 1984 anti-Sikh riots case. He always raised this issue to score political points but failed to deliver what he professed. While on one hand he has been shielding the main accused in the Sikh carnage, Jagdish Tytler on the other hand the file meant to set-up Special Investigation Team (SIT) was missing for close to a year.

U-turn on SYL issue

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During his recent visit to Punjab, Arvind Kejriwal tried to play politics on the contentious issue of river water-sharing arrangement between Punjab & Haryana. He had categorically stated that SYL canal should not be completed. But as soon as he left Punjab, he changed his colors like chameleon and taking a U-turn on the issue and he professed maintaining status quo on the issue.

False agenda of being pro-farmer

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In a move to score political brownie points, AAP supremo had sent his leaders to examine the rain affected in Punjab. Earlier also Kejriwal tried to garner sympathy of farming community in Punjab by visiting the family members of farmer who had committed suicide.

But such cheap antics will not lead him anywhere, as public memories are still afresh on the gory incident of how a farmer in Delhi committed suicide during AAP’s public rally while Kejriwal went on speech and posing for the cameras.

It must be noted here that Kejriwal, in the run-up to assembly polls in Delhi promised moon and delivered nothing. While he was able to dupe the voters of Delhi by false claiming and making tall promises but fortunately the voters of Punjab have got the reality check one year ahead of polls in the state.

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