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April 6, 2024

BJP’s Alleged Agenda: Pushing for Kejriwal’s Resignation to Halt Welfare Initiatives, Claims AAP’s Sanjay Singh

In a fiery address following his release from Tihar jail, AAP’s Rajya Sabha MP Sanjay Singh accused the BJP of orchestrating a political vendetta against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s administration. Singh alleged that the BJP’s motive behind demanding Kejriwal’s resignation was to obstruct the continuation of welfare schemes such as free water, electricity, and Mohalla clinics in the capital.

Singh, who secured bail from the Supreme Court in a case related to the excise policy, wasted no time in condemning the BJP’s purported agenda. He challenged the BJP’s stance, questioning whether Prime Minister Modi would subject himself to investigations if police from opposition-ruled states initiated probes against him.

According to Singh, the incarceration of AAP leaders like Kejriwal, Manish Sisodia, and Satyendar Jain stemmed from their commitment to enhancing education, healthcare, and providing essential services to the citizens of Delhi. Describing AAP as a familial entity, Singh emphasized the party’s dedication to the welfare of the people.

Expressing solidarity with the incarcerated leaders, Singh recounted an emotional encounter with Sunita Kejriwal, Arvind Kejriwal’s wife, whom he found in tears. He pledged to extend support to the families of other detained AAP members.

Singh’s impassioned speech resonated with AAP supporters gathered at the party office. He cautioned against succumbing to dictatorial tendencies and reaffirmed AAP’s resolve to resist intimidation tactics.

Singh didn’t mince words when addressing the BJP, accusing them of targeting AAP members and attempting to stifle their voices. He thanked AAP volunteers for their unwavering commitment to combatting what he termed as BJP’s “dictatorship.”

Singh took a swipe at the BJP, rebranding the acronym to “Bangaru Janta Party,” alluding to the corruption scandal involving former BJP president Bangaru Laxman. He criticized the BJP’s alleged practice of promoting individuals tainted by corruption to prominent positions within the party.

Despite mounting pressure, Singh affirmed Kejriwal’s determination to continue serving the people of Delhi and dismissed BJP’s calls for resignation as attempts to halt progressive initiatives.

Looking ahead, Singh exuded confidence in AAP’s resilience, vowing to intensify their efforts and garner public support, especially in the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. He emphasized that the people’s response to Kejriwal’s incarceration would be reflected through their votes.

As Kejriwal remains in judicial custody until April 15, Singh’s impassioned rhetoric underscores the intensifying political tensions between AAP and the BJP, setting the stage for a contentious electoral battle in the capital.

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