‘Why Punjab police at our door’: Delhi BJP attacks Kejriwal | Latest News India

Why are you sending Punjab Police to Delhi with out informing the Delhi Police, the Uttar Pradesh police like dacoits, Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta mentioned. 

Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta on Saturday slammed chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and requested why Punjab police are at the doorways of BJP leaders within the nationwide capital as BJP Delhi spokesperson Naveen Kumar Jindal mentioned Punjab police on Saturday arrive at his residence to arrest him. Before this, Punjab police filed an FIR towards Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga. “What is their crime? They exposed Kejriwal on social media,” Adesh Gupta mentioned.

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BJP MP Parvesh Sahib Singh performed a purported video clip of Arvind Kejriwal within the press meet the place he may very well be heard saying that he (Kejriwal) wouldn’t indulge within the politics of mudslinging. “If 4-5 of these people who abuse on social media are arrested, others will get the message,” Kejriwal purportedly mentioned within the video.

“BJP is in the power in over half the states in India. But we don’t have that pride. If we want we can also file FIR against your leaders. But BJP does not believe in this kind of politics,” Parvesh Singh mentioned.

Accusing Kejriwal of misusing Punjab police, Parvesh Singh mentioned Punjab police had been tapping Tajinder Singh’s cellphone. “He changed his location 4 times, but police reached him,” Singh mentioned.

Talking in regards to the Punjab police’s reported motion on Naveen Kumar, Parvesh Singh mentioned, “Cops came in a private car, not in an official car. Now they are standing in front of Naveen Kumar’s residence. They will arrest him and take him to Punjab.”

“Instead of arresting drugs mafia as they promised, Punjab Police today are keen on getting brownie points. There is a competition among Punjab DSPs that who first get to arrest Naveen ji or Bagga ji and get a promotion,” Singh mentioned.

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