JAMMU: National Democratic Party Indian (NDPI) J&K UT on Wednesday held a massive protest against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) at
Dogra Hall Jammu. The NDPI protesters were shouting slogans against AAP and its leader Arvind Kejriwal “Aam Aadmi Party ko Jammu se dafa karo dafa karo” Deshdrohi Kejriwal ko girfatar karo girfatar karo”. NDPI protesters also burnt an effigy of Arvind Kejriwal.
NDPI J&K UT Chief Rajesh Gupta while addressing to media said, that nobody will be allowed to disturb peace or resort to secessionist activities in the state. “We are not going to allow anybody to create such atmosphere where peace and tranquility is disturbed in Jammu and Kashmir,” Gupta said here. “It is very unfortunate that some leaders belong to Aam
Aadmi Party tried to disturb the peaceful atmosphere of peaceful Jammu. National Democratic Party Indian (NDPI) has taken a very serious cognizance against the AAP’S activities said, Gupta. “The AAP and its leaders were involved in all those big scams which tarnished the image of India,” he added.
NDPI leader strongly condemned the worst act to break the democratic values of the country and particularly in Jammu by Aam Aadmi Party. He slammed Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) which was trying to hide the facts of AAP leader Mehraj Malik.
Gupta said there is no need to hide the facts if AAP is real nationalist party then doesn’t do the advocacy of anti-national elements like Mehraj Malik who deliberately instigated the mob at Malik Market Jammu. The Aam Aadmi party is based on the twin pillars of corruption and protecting the corrupt, he said.
Rajesh Gupta maintained that Malik is a very shrewd politician and police did very well by registering an FIR against him. I appeal to LG Manoj Sinha to impose Public Safety Act (PSA) on Mehraz Malik and put him behind the bars. He not only instigated the mob but hurt the democratic values to disturb the peaceful brotherhood between various communities of
Jammu. In my view Yudhvir Sethi has not hurt any body’s sentiments nor instigated anyone. He is proud Nationalist and clean person. Other senior leaders those joined the protest were S.Kuljit Singh, Umesh Manhas, Sandeep Anand, Rajiv Luthra, Tilakraj and others.