Allegations of Khalistani links between Aam Aadmi Party and Kejriwal will be investigated

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Keeping in touch with a political party anti-national, separatist and banned organization and getting cooperation in elections is very serious from the point of view of unity and integrity of the country.

In the midst of the election environment, the difficulties of the Aam Aadmi Party, its convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal are going to increase. Home Minister Amit Shah has taken cognizance of this serious matter. He said allegations of Aam Aadmi Party’s links with Khalistani terrorist organization Sikh for Justice will be probed in depth. Government of India is serious on this issue. Eminent poet Kumar Vishwas continues to target Arvind Kejriwal over his relations with Khalistanis. At the same time, Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi wrote a letter to Home Minister Amit Shah regarding the association of the Aam Aadmi Party with the separatist organization Sikh for Justice, seeking cooperation in the elections. The Home Minister has replied to this letter. He told that this allegation is very serious and he himself will get this matter shown in depth.

A letter has been written on behalf of Home Minister Amit Shah addressing Channi in this regard. It is mentioned in this- According to your letter, keeping in touch with a political party anti-national, separatist and banned organization and getting cooperation in elections is very serious from the point of view of unity and integrity of the country. The agenda of such elements is no different from the agenda of the enemies of the country. It is highly condemnable that such people can go to the extent of joining hands with separatists to break Punjab and the country to get power. On this subject, I assure you that no one will be allowed to play with the unity and integrity of the country. The Government of India has taken this very seriously and I will personally look into the matter in depth. Let us tell you that Sikh for Justice is a banned organization and it demands a separate Khalistan.

What is the problem in saying that I am against Khalistan
Kumar Vishwas said in an interview to news agency NIA on Friday that Kejriwal should say only once that he is against Khalistan. Instead of talking here and there, tell whether you had met Khalistan supporters or not. He should just say that I will fight against Khalistan, I will not allow a Khalistani to flourish. I will not allow it to flourish in Delhi, I will not allow it to flourish in any state. Khalistan will not be realized even after the last drop of my blood. What is the problem in saying so much that I am against Khalistan.

Kejriwal calls himself a disciple of Bhagat Singh
Arvind Kejriwal had said earlier in the day that perhaps I will be the sweetest terrorist in the world who sends people for pilgrimage, builds hospitals, builds schools, builds roads. Such a terrorist would never have been born till today. Bhagat Singh was called a terrorist by the British, I consider myself a disciple of Bhagat Singh. 100 years ago the British had called Bhagat Singh a terrorist and today after 100 years all these together are trying to prove Bhagat Singh’s disciples as a terrorist by getting all these corrupt. He had also said that the NIA i.e. the National Investigation Agency Inspection can be done.

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