Another AAP MLA in soup, AAP loses its vision


The Aam Aadmi Party seems to be losing its grounds as another legislator in Delhi Naresh Balyan is in the soup for assaulting a former AAP volunteer. A case was registered against Balyan by a former AAP volunteer and Mohan Garden RWA Henry George.

In his complaint, George has accused the legislators and his aides for trespassing his office and attacking him. The complainant has also alleged that the MLA threatened him.

A case has been registered against Balyan under sections 323 for voluntarily causing hurt, section 341 for wrongful restraint, section 451 for assault and section 506 for criminal intimidation.

As per the information, the legislators of AAP in Delhi have been facing criminal cases, and now Balyan has hit the headlines. It seems the AAP party has completely lost its vision as the main objective of the party was to serve the people. However, the party forgot its principles and headed towards a different direction.

More than 21 AAP legislators have been facing criminal cases, and around 14 have toured Tihar Jail. If the AAP legislators won’t stop involving in criminal cases, then the day is not far when the AAP head and Chief Minister of Delhi would hold the next assembly session in Jail.

The AAP party had promised the people to set an example of clean image political model in Indian politics. However, the party emerged on the top for producing a maximum number of politicians having criminal cases.

Anna Hazare had told Kejriwal not to form the party as he strictly advised him that how would he come to know the clean image of the party leaders and workers. Hazare had told that Kejriwal has completely changed now.

In a span of three years of its existence, the AAP party has produced a number of criminal politicians, and the party has broken all the barriers in Indian politics.


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