Kejriwal to lead AAP’s ‘Shanti March’ in Punjab’s Patiala today

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will take out a ‘Shanti March’ in Punjab’s Patiala on Friday, which comes days later the state saw the Ludhiana locale court besieging and the heresy endeavor at the Golden Temple in Amritsar.

The AAP said its national convener and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal will lead the Shanti March on Friday and senior party pioneer Bhagwant Mann will likewise be available during the convention. Kejriwal is presently on a three-day visit to Punjab that began on Thursday and will end on Saturday.

The AAP has said that the two episodes of savagery in Punjab were done under a scheme to vitiate the tranquil climate in the state.

The resistance likewise hit out at the decision Congress government by saying that its chiefs are battling among themselves. “Punjab needs a legit, solid government, which acts against those enjoying schemes,” Arvind Kejriwal said on December 24.

On December 18, a man lynched by a gathering of irate pioneers subsequent to venturing inside the sanctum sanctorum of the Golden Temple in Amritsar picked a blade and arrived at the space where a minister was discussing the blessed Guru Granth Sahib.

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Hindustan Times detailed last week that the perished paid deference in the sanctum sanctorum of the altar multiple times over the most recent four days before he submitted the blasphemy bid on December 18.

After five days, one man passed on while six others were harmed later a blast occurred inside the washroom on the second floor of the Ludhiana region court on December 23.

The Punjab Police said that Gagandeep Singh, a previous cop, was the plane at the court complex. Singh, who was killed in the impact, was excused from administration in 2019 regarding a medications case and went through two years in prison. He was delivered in September this year.

In the mean time, Jaswinder Singh Multani, an individual from the restricted outfit ‘Sikhs for Justice’, was captured in Germany for his contribution in the Ludhiana court impact and plans to target areas in Delhi and Mumbai.

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