Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Thursday accused the Delhi Police of framing folks for the Republic Day violence and demanded motion against the “individuals and the party” behind the episode.
Addressing the AAP’s nationwide council assembly, Kejriwal stated the “unfortunate” flip of occasions throughout the rally doesn’t suggest that the motion has ended. A rustic the place farmers should battle for their survival can by no means be blissful, the AAP nationwide convenor stated.
“These three farm bills will rob farmers of their livelihood and hand over agriculture to a clutch of industrialists. For farmers, this is a question of survival. Whatever happened on January 26 was unfortunate. Whoever is responsible for the turn of events, and I am not referring to the ones against whom police have registered fake cases, deserve to be punished. Whoever is responsible, whichever party is responsible should be acted against,” Kejriwal stated.
On the day of the violence, the AAP had in an announcement stated that the Centre allowed the scenario to deteriorate. It had added that the violence “has certainly weakened the movement”, which was peaceable and disciplined over the past two months.
On Thursday, Kejriwal stated the motion stays alive as the problems are nonetheless unresolved. “The issues have not gone away due to the acts of violence. The movement has not ended. I appeal to AAP workers to stand in solidarity with the farmers and when you do so leave your party’s flag and cap behind,” Kejriwal stated.
AAP to contest in six states
Kejriwal additionally spelled out the party’s plans for elections coming within the subsequent two years. The Aam Aadmi Party will contest meeting elections in six states, together with Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat.
“The Aam Aadmi Party will contest meeting elections in six states to be held within the subsequent two years.
The party will contest elections in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Punjab, Goa, Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh,” Kejriwal stated.