AAP shielding terrorist, Hafiz Saeed

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Pathankot protest was carried out to create obstacle in investigations

The anti-national ideology of AAP has come out in front of the public as the party is not even anti-nation but it is a supporter of anti-national elements and Pakistani terrorists.

AAP protested in Pathankot to crease hurdles in the investigations

The protest of AAP leaders in Pathakot during the investigating team of Pakistan was an eye wash to misguide the Punjabis’. It was a planned trick designed by AAP supremo to create problems in the investigations. Arvind Kejriwal receiving foreign funding and the anti-national elements are supporting AAP.

Kejriwal wanted to shield the master mind of Pathankot air base attack, Hafiz Saeed. The reason behind the move is the foreign funding which the party is receiving from different parts of Europe and US. The terrorist outfits are behind the funding and that’s why Kejriwal directed the Punjab leaders to carry the protest during the investigations so that the investigation could be halted.

AAP supported the Sarbat Khalsa congregation

The Sarbat Khalsa congregation was openly supported by AAP Punjab convener Sucha Singh Chhotepur. Even the resolutions passed in the Sarbhat Khalsa were backed up by AAP Punjab leaders. The party leaders had even urged the people of Punjab to celebrate the birth anniversary of the slain militant, Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale.

AAP supported JNU students who shouted slogans in favour of Pakistan

The Chief Minister of Delhi and AAP national convenor had openly supported the students of JNU who had shouted slogans in favour of Pakistan and observed the death anniversary of the hanged militant Afzal Guru.

Kejriwal had met Imran Khan and Pak cleric Qadri

 Arvind Kejriwal had met Imran Khan in Delhi and even he had a clandestine meeting with the Pak cleric Muhammad Qadri. The both Pakistani’s are famous to spoil the political atmosphere in Pakistan. Kejriwal had tweeted that he discussed politics with Imran Khan but what type of politics he had discussed.

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