Anti-national agenda of AAP exposed, party supports JNU incident

“The so called nationalist “Aam Admi Party” has been exposed as now the party has publicly come up in support of the students of JNU. It has been proved that the entire incident was backed by the “Aam Admi Party.”

On February 16, the party has issues a press release which depicts the dual face of Kejriwal and company. According to the release, “Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Tuesday lambasted at BJP MLA, OP Sharma, from Vishwas Nagar in Delhi, led supporters of the saffron party for thrashing up students, faculty of the Jawahar Lal Nehru University.”

AAP distributed the posters in the state urging the people to celebrate the birthday of militant Bhindranwale

The release issued by “AAP Punjab” wing clearly shows that the party is anti- national as earlier the party had also supported “ Sarbat Khalsa” congregation and celebrated the birth anniversary of slain militant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.

Harjot Singh Bains

According to the release, “AAP, President, Punjab youth wing, Harjot Singh Bains said it was shocking to see Sharma thrashing the JNU students and teachers. The JNU students were protesting the arrest of JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar on the charges of sedition by Delhi police for shouting anti India slogans. Bains said neither Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh nor the Delhi police have so far been able to produce any evidence of Kumar raising any anti India slogans. The saffron party wants to muzzle the voices of the students if they say anything against the BJP ideology.”

Stand of “AAP” on the issue

“Bains admitted that the AAP would fully support the cause of the students and the faculty of the JNU who were only holding peaceful protests against the state repression which is their democratic right. Similarly the AAP would extend complete support to journalistic fraternity who have been beaten up for simply discharging their duty.”

The anti-national AAP

AAP press communiqué has revealed the real image of the party as party is fanning up the flame of anti-nationalism in Punjab and across the country. Earlier, the party was silent on the issue but when the incident came into limelight in the country and some anti-social elements openly started supporting the incident, then “AAP” comes forward to support those who were raising slogans in the favour of “Pakistan”.

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