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BJP stages Demonstration at CM House

BJP stages Demonstration at CM House

 

 

New Delhi, 9th April.   It was the day of BJP when BJP workers led by Pradesh President Sh. Satish Upadhyay staged a massive protest demonstration near the residence of the Chief Minister Sh. Arvind Kejriwal.

Demonstrators were protesting against dual standards of political morality being observed by the Aam Aadmi Party govt. They demanded that tainted ministers Sh. Jitendra Singh Tomar & Sh. Aseem Ahmed Khan be dismissed from the government.

Addressing the demonstration Shri Satish Upadhyay said that it is a strange politics that a Chief Minister who came to power talking of common man tries to ignore a saddening incident of killing of a common man by his Minister Shri Asim Ahmad Khan’s supporters. When the pressure of people and media mounted even then instead of going to meet the grieved family, the Chief Minister harassed the family and children of the deceased for almost two hours.

Shri Upadhyay said that the story of another minister Shri Jitendra Singh Tomar is similar to many a Bollywood film story. Even as people of Delhi are shockingly reading reports of a Law Minister with a bogus degree, the Chief Minister is feigning ignorance like a Mauni BabaShri Upadhyay said that as a vigilant opposition party BJP would constantly expose the double standards of political morality being observed by Delhi Government.

National Secretary Sardar R.P. Singh said that till the election Shri Kejriwal talked of providing security to the common man but what security AAP will give to common man has come clear from the Turkman Gate killing incident. He said now Delhi has witnessed a new security culture in Government programs. Those who protested police security have now introduced Bouncer Security Culture.

BJP Legislature Party Leader Shri Vijender Gupta said that this Turkman Gate incident being very big has suddenly become prime news but from day one AAP MLAs have been working as emperors.  He said that BJP will raise the voice of people of Delhi both on the streets and in the Vidhan Sabha.