Arvind Kejriwal says Sukhbir Badal has got 63 fake CDs on AAP leaders; pushed and chased in Delhi

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has accused the SAD-BJP government of running a malicious campaign against his party AAP in Punjab.

By Ritesh K Srivastava | Updated: Sep 08, 2016, 14:58 PM IST
Arvind Kejriwal says Sukhbir Badal has got 63 fake CDs on AAP leaders; pushed and chased in Delhi

Ludhiana: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who arrived in Punjab on Thursday after facing severe protest by the BJP women's wing workers in the national capital, accused the SAD-BJP government of running a malicious campaign against his party.

Speaking to reporters, the AAP chief said he has info that Sukhbir Badal has 63 fake CDs against his party members.

They will release 2-3 CDs daily, he alleged.  ''These CDs will be shown on Badal's TV channel PTC," Kejriwal said.

The Delhi CM further claimed that he is aware of Badal's designs of maligning AAP once the Punjab elections come near. That phase has started now, he said.

Kejriwal also expressed apprehensions of AAP leaders and workers getting attacked by the BJP and SAD workers.

 

 

Kejriwal was mobbed, pushed and chased by the BJP women's wing workers as he arrived at the New Delhi railway station earlier this morning to board a train for Punjab.

The members of Delhi BJP women wing protested against CM and demanded that he speak on misconduct of his MLAs and expel Ashutosh from AAP.

The BJP workers protested against the scandals involving AAP party leaders.

 

 

The BJP supporters chased the AAP leader as he entered the platform to board the train for Ludhiana and angrily shouted slogans.

They chanted 'Kejriwal hai hai', 'Kejriwal istifa do'. Kejriwal is going to Ludhiana to hold meetings with the candidates for the 2017 Punjab Assembly election.

AAP leaders have voiced concerns over Delhi CM's security breach and blamed BJP for the fiasco.

The protesters shouted slogans against Kejriwal and his party at the station when he arrived here by the Shatabdi Express.

Punjab Police and Delhi Police personnel as well as AAP volunteers had to form a ring around Kejriwal to keep the protesters at bay.

The protesters shouted slogans like "Kejriwal, go back".

Kejriwal is visiting Punjab after the AAP sacked its state unit chief Sucha Singh Chhotepur for anti-party activities, which triggered resignations by some other AAP leaders and allegations of corruption in allotment of tickets for the coming assembly elections.