AAP creates friction between communities to gain political mileage

“Aam Aadmi Party has always been creating differences between communities to score political points and create vote bank. Demolition of ‘Chabeel’ at Sis Ganj Sahib Gurudwara is proof of that.”


 Arvind Kejriwal led Aam Aadmin Party (AAP) has always projected itself as the crusader of Sikh cause. On the other side, Arvind Kejriwal leaves no opportunity to project himself as well wisher of Sikh community. But all their claims proved to politically motivated as it is now evident they have been trying to create a divide between different communities to milk vote banks.

AAP gave orders to demolish ‘chabeel’

A curfew like situation was stirred after demolition of ‘Chabeel’ (water kiosk) at historical Sheesh Ganj Sahib Gurudwara at Chandni Chowk. Dozens of policemen were deployed and was like situation was created due to tension eruption between communities.

Alka Lamba, AAP MLA from Chandni Chowk who also happens to be the Director Shahjahanabad Redevelopment Corporation (SRDC) was part of the meeting and she was instrumental in the dubious and destructive plan.

Proof of their divisive politics is the fact that Lamba had put up the case with Delhi CM and latter ordered representatives of all concerned agencies to initiate action against squatters and unauthorised construction.

It is pertinent to here that it was decided in the meeting headed by Alka Lamba that even the religious structures encroached illegally would note be spread in the anti encroachment drive.

AAP spreading communal disharmony

AAP government has dubious record of playing politics on religious grounds. In the name of governance, they demolished a “chabeel’ near the Gurdwara, which was catering to water demands of a large number of people. By doing so, they have not only hindered an act of humanity but also deeply hurt Sikh sentiments.


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