Punjab Women showed Black Flags to Kejriwal, called ‘Anti Aurt Party’


Mahila Congress workers staged a protest in Jalandhar on Sunday, ahead of Aam Aadmi Party supremo and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal’s visit to the city.

Earlier, Kejriwal faced protest from women wing of BJP, who accused him of failing to take action against a leader allegedly involved in a sex scandal.

The Congress women workers, about 50 in number, raised black flags and raised “Kerjiwal go back” slogans outside the Victoria Palace in Jalandhar. Placards that read “Delhi ko barbad kiya… Punjab nahi (You have ruined Delhi… Not Punjab)” were also waived.

One of the placards also read “Anti aurt parti”.

Kejriwal faced problems from AAP local volunteers too as they blamed him for ‘wrong’ candidates selection for the upcoming Punjab elections.

The AAP supremo, who’s officially also Chief minister of Delhi, has been frequently visiting Punjab, where assembly elections are to be held early next year, in the last few months. Insider sources within his party says that he may resign from the Delhi post to become Punjab Chief Minister, if AAP wins a majority.