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Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) resents Kejriwal for unconstitutional arrest of Bagga

Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) on Friday lodged a strong protest against the Aam Adami Party (AAP) and the Punjab government for illegal and unconstitutional arrest of Yuva Morcha’s National Secretary Tajinder Pal Bagga from his New Delhi residence

JAMMU: Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) on Friday lodged a strong protest against the Aam Adami Party (AAP) and the Punjab government for illegal and unconstitutional arrest of Yuva Morcha’s National Secretary Tajinder Pal Bagga from his New Delhi residence.

Led by state president of BJYM Arun Prabhat, hundreds of Morcha activists chanted slogans against the AAP and its National Convenor, Arvind Kejriwal for resorting to vendetta politics by arresting Tajinder Pal Bagga in a most unconstitutional and unlawful manner.

The agitated BJYM activists also burnt the effigy of Arvind Kejriwal and Punjab government to register their protest against the move of Bhagwant Mann.

Addressing the protestors, BJYM state president Arun Prabhat said the Punjab Police, which have been working at the diktats of Arvind Kejriwal, have made great provocation by arresting Morcha’s national secretary Tajinder Pal Bagga in a false case.

“It is highly unfortunate that the AAP governments at the Punjab and in New Delhi are hell bent to create anarchy in the country. The illegal abduction of Tajinder Pal Bagga is totally unconstitutional and the BJYM activists will not tolerate this rouge behaviour and vendetta politics being pursued by the AAP,” Prabhat said.

The BJYM leader said the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has resorted to dirty politics to avenge Bagga’s criticism as he had totally exposed Kejriwal for mocking at displaced Kashmiri Pandits following the release of ‘The Kashmir Files’ movie.

The BJYM leader said that this country is run by the Constitution and not at the whims and fancies of the Delhi chief minister.

The protestors warned that they would intensify their agitation if the Delhi Chief minister and AAP don’t mend their ways and stop from pursuing vendetta politics.

 

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