Arvind Kejriwal pushed by protestors at New Delhi railway station; AAP smells conspiracy, blames PM Modi

Delhi BJP women wing protested against Chief Minister​ Arvind Kejriwal at the New Delhi Railway Station this morning.

Arvind Kejriwal pushed by protestors at New Delhi railway station; AAP smells conspiracy, blames PM Modi
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New Delhi: Aam Aadmi Party leader and Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday wondered whether a protest against Arvind Kejriwal at the railway station here this morning was a conspiracy against the Chief Minister.

Activists of BJP Mahila Morcha today staged a protest against Kejriwal at New Delhi Railway Station, questioning his "silence" over expelled MLA Sandeep Kumar, with the AAP alleging that the Chief Minister was manhandled during the "pre-planned" protest.

The activists led by Delhi BJP Mahila Morcha president Kamaljeet Sehrawat and party spokesman Praveen Kapoor raised slogans and waved bangles towards Kejriwal, who arrived at platform number 1 to board a train for Punjab at around 7 am.

Some activists managed to come close to Kejriwal despite the presence of policemen. They demanded that Kejriwal should speak on the alleged "misconduct" of his MLAs and expel Ashutosh for his controversial blog defending Sandeep Kumar, who was sacked as minister over an alleged sex scandal.

Taking to Twitter, Sisodia said:

Meanwhile, senior AAP leader Sanjay Singh charged that the police first informed the BJP that Kejriwal would not be given any security cover and then got the Chief Minister attacked.

"Modiji's police first told the BJP (about its inability) to provide security cover and then got Arvind Kejriwal attacked. Is any conspiracy brewing against the Chief Minister," Singh tweeted.

The Delhi Police had yesterday turned down the request from Kejriwal's office to send security personnel to Punjab by road.

"We came here to talk to him very politely, along with a bouquet. Is he a thief that he is running and not facing us? We are women from educated families and came here for a solution," said an agitated protester.

“Kejriwal is least concerned about the Delhi Government. He promised to develop Delhi and protect it from all the odds. But, how will he do this, when his own ministers are involved in crime against women. Tell me, he cannot protect Delhi, can he save Punjab from these crimes?" said another protestor.


A group of volunteers from Barnala had earlier this week accused AAP Punjab observer Vijay Chauhan in Barnala of allegedly sexually exploiting his maid servant and later giving her Rs 1 lakh to keep the matter under wraps.

However, Chauhan has denied the allegation saying the group had earlier also circulated a certain audio recording of the maid servant in which the false allegation had been made.

Kejriwal today began his four-day Punjab tour with an itinerary focused mostly on the state`s Malwa region.

The tour comes at a time when the party is trying to keep its flock together amid various issues that have plagued it in recent weeks.

(With Agency inputs)