AAP MLA Alka Lamba 'a drug addict', says BJP's OP Sharma
In fresh standoff between the BJP and the Congress, Delhi MLA Alka Lamba has filed a complaint against OP Sharma in Delhi Commission for Women, as per reports on Tuesday.
Delhi: In fresh standoff between the BJP and the Congress, Delhi MLA Alka Lamba has filed a complaint against OP Sharma in Delhi Commission for Women, as per reports on Tuesday.
The move comes after BJP MLA Sharma accused Lamba of being a drug addict.
Sharma also said that AAP was a party of lumpen elements and questioned as to who had given Lamba the right to go on a anti-narcotics drive.
"People have said that Lamba is spotted here in the wee hours of the night and I don't think a person who supports drug eradication would come there at that time, between 1 am to 4 pm. It apparently shows she is an addict herself. I am not giving any anti-women remark. I respect women but if you try to portray Phoolan Devi as a mascot of women power then it won't work. She is a drug addict who under the effect of drugs had turned violent," Sharma told reporters, as per PTI.
Meanwhile, an FIR has been registered against Lamba for after seven shopkeepers complained against her for vandalism and trespassing.
As per a CCTV, the AAP MLA and her supporters had allegedly vandalised a shop during a drive against drugs in Kashmere gate area of Delhi.
On the other hand, Lamba had said yesterday that she was attacked during an anti-drugs campaign in north Delhi's Kashmere Gate area and sustained head injuries.
Lamba started her anti-drugs drive around 5 am and was standing in front of Shiv Mishthan Bhandar, allegedly owned by a BJP MLA, when a man in the shop hurled a stone at her, national spokesman of AAP, Sanjay Singh, had said at a press conference, as per PTI.
The Chandni Chowk MLA was rushed to Aruna Asaf Ali Hospital, where she she was discharged after treatment.
(With Agency inputs)