Kejriwal cannot do anything in Punjab, says Khalsa


Harinder Khalsa ask Kejriwal to say sorry for the mistakes

The suspended Fatehgarh Sahib Member Parliament of AAP, Harinder Singh Khalsa has fired a fresh salvo on the AAP supremo Kejriwal. Khalsa told that Kejriwal would do nothing in Punjab and moreover, he is not a leader in Punjab.

Khalsa who had dared to ask the party to dismiss him said that he would not apologise from the adamant AAP national convener. The statement of the suspended AAP MP has exposed the false claims of AAP to win the 100 seats in Punjab polls.

Khalsa Gandhi

AAP had won only four seats in the general elections held in 2014 and from four MPs, Dharamvir Gandhi and Harinder Khalsa were suspended by the party. As of now only party have two MPs in their favour, Bhagwant Mann and Sadhu Singh.

Khalsa’s statement exposed AAP’s disunity

Khalsa blatantly given his statement against AAP supremo and said that he would never tender apology to the dictator Kejriwal and he would have to say sorry for the mistakes he had committed in the past.

AAP had won only four Lok Sabha seats from Punjab and the foolish party head suspended two MPs. Despite that he claimed that AAP would make century by winning more than 100 assembly seats.

It is evident that the infighting between the party leadership has been going on and moreover, the statement of Khalsa hinted that the party would divide as Kejriwal is all in all in the party. Khalsa told that the AAP supremo had started interfering in their task and when he raised his voice against the dictatorial attitude of Kejriwal, he was suspended by the party.

Khalsa described Kejriwal as no leader in Punjab

Delhi's CM Kejriwal, chief of AAP poses before the start of an interview with Reuters at his residence on the outskirts of New Delhi
Delhi’s Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, chief of the Aam Aadmi (Common Man) Party (AAP), poses before the start of an interview with Reuters at his residence on the outskirts of New Delhi January 27, 2014. The young anti-graft party that stormed to power in India’s capital last month plans to field at least 73 candidates in national elections due by May to stand against politicians accused of crimes, its founder said on Monday. Following its strong performance in Delhi, interest in the year-old Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has surged. Since an announcement earlier this month that it would contest the general election, its membership has passed 10 million. Picture taken January 27, 2014. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA – Tags: POLITICS HEADSHOT) – RTX17XU2

The suspended MP mentioned Kejriwal as a no leader in Punjab. He told the media, “Let him roam around from one place to another in Punjab, but he will not get any votes. Time will tell him.”

Khalsa also said that he would never apologise to Kejriwal and would rather want the latter to say sorry for the mistakes he had committed.



AAP finds a cheap trick to woo farmers at “PAU Kissan fair”

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Set up a stall at PAU, offered tea and snacks to please farmers

The workers and leaders of AAP have proved that they can go for anything to please the voters by their cheap tactics. In Punjab, the party has been eyeing on those people who are the biggest vote banks in the state.

AAP workers and leaders are not leaving any chance to woo the public as the assembly elections will be held in 2017. The AAP national convener, Arvind Kejriwal had played his cards during his Punjab visits by meeting the farmers and assuring them with the false promises.

AAP reaches PAU Kissan fair and set up a stall to please them

Punjab Agricultural University had organized a Kissan fair on Friday for the farmers. The Ludhiana wing of Aam Aadmi Party played a cheap stunt outside the gate of the varsity to make farmers happy. As per the information, the party had set up a stall outside the gate number two of the varsity especially for the farmers and served them tea along with snacks.

Politics or social service

The party local leaders claimed that the stall was set up for serving the farmers tea and snacks. However, the motive of the stall was only politics. The AAP volunteers distributed the pamphlets containing policies and programmes of the party to clean the corruption from the system and ensure the involvement of Aam Aadmi in the governance.

AAP Ka Daan team started enrolling farmers on stall

The cheapness of the local wing of AAP had clearly visible at the stall when the party’s Aap Ka Daan team had started enrolling the farmers who came to their stall. The farmers were lured by the party volunteers and they were encouraged to join the party. It was evident that the party workers were filling the forms of farmers themselves to show the leadership about the membership drive. The main objective of the party was to increase the membership of the farmers by a cheap stunt.