AAP national convener and chief minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal has compared MP Bhagwant Mann with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and demanded the entry of PM Modi in Parliament should be banned for compromising national security”.
“If Bhagwant Mann could be held guilty for putting the security for the parliament House at risk, then how could Modi be granted immunity for breaching the security of Pathankot air base,” he said while addressing a rally at Tangra near Amritsar.
The statement came in response to the action taken on Mann for recording and uploading the entry process in the Parliament on social sites. The parliamentary panel held Mann for putting the security of Parliament House at risk and was suspended from the Lok Sabha on Friday for the remaining Winter Session, hence Kejriwal demanded to ban the entry of PM Modi in Parliament.
Demonetization move was BJP’s scam: Kejriwal
Kejriwal further said that the demonetization was a scam which is not less than Rs 8lakh crore designed by PM Modi. He said the nation wanted to know the source through which huge wealth was collected by the BJP leaders.
. “A common man is in the queue for getting just Rs 2,000, whereas BJP leaders are in news for possessing crores in a new currency. Demonetisation is a well-conceived move to deceive the common citizen,” he claimed.
SAD-Congress is fielding contestants with mutual understanding for upcoming assembly elections
He lauded on Badals saying they are the reason for encouraging youth to take drugs, unemployment and corruption in the state and vowed to resolve them and introduce welfare and development-oriented schemes. He alleged that threatened by AAP’s rising popularity, PPCC chief Capt Amarinder Singh and SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal reached a secret contract to contest the Assemble elections by fielding candidate with mutual understanding.
He further said the Badal government had withdrawn a corruption case against former chief minister Amarinder Singh and in return as the Congress refrained from acting against the SAD-sponsored multi-crore drug racket.