All-knowing Kejriwal Says “Amarinder and Sukhbir have a secret seat-sharing pact”
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national convener Arvind Kejriwal loves secret disclosures that no one else knows, not even God perhaps. Kejriwal on Friday alleged that presidents of both rival parties — Captain Amarinder Singh and Sukhbir Singh Badal — are in a “secret pact” for fielding candidates with mutual understanding.
Kejriwal, who was addressing a rally here, said the Badals and Amarinder were trying to save each other by befooling people. “I have information that Sukhbir and Amarinder met recently and discussed on seats in which they can help each other. It is a secret alliance,” alleged Kejriwal.
Kejriwal however completely ignored the suspension of its MP and senior leader Bhagwant Mann from Parliament for security reasons and host of corruption and sex scandals against AAP leaders.
“As both are aware that the SAD-BJP alliance and the Congress are not in a position to form the government in Punjab, they have decided to field candidates with mutual understanding,” Kejriwal said, adding that the Akali MLAs quitting the party and joining the Congress is also stage-managed.
The Delhi chief minister, who started his Punjab tour on Friday, said both the Congress and the Akalis have looted Punjab and always tried to hide each other’s misdeeds. “Badal withdrawing cases against Amarinder shows that they both are hand-in-glove and share a secret friendship,” he added. “The SAD-BJP government has ruined the state in its 10-year rule and almost every business in Punjab leads back to the Badal family.”
He targeted Amarinder for the alleged Swiss bank accounts, adding that Prime Minister Narendra Modi was deliberately not taking action against the Punjab Congress chief. He lashed out at state revenue minister Bikram Singh Majithia on the drug issue and accused Amarinder of shielding him