Delhi: SAD, BJP take out auto rally to ‘expose misdeeds’ of AAP

The auto rally sought to "expose" Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his MLAs who have been booked in various corruption and criminal cases.

By: PTI | New Delhi | Published:September 4, 2016 12:33 am
New Delhi: S Manjinder Singh Sirsa, Advisor to Dy.CM of Punjab takes part in an auto rally organised by BJP-Akali Dal exposing misdeeds of AAP MLA’s to mark the “Pol Khol Yatra“ in New Delhi on Saturday. PTI Photo

Shiromani Akali Dal and BJP on Saturday took out an auto rally in New Delhi to “expose the misdeeds” of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MLAs.

The ‘Pol-Khol’ rally, which started from India Gate and passed through all the constituencies, was flagged off by West Delhi BJP MP Parvesh Varma and Manjinder Singh Sirsam, advisor to Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Badal.

It sought to “expose” Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his MLAs who have been booked in various corruption and criminal cases.

They also went around former Delhi minister Somnath Bharti’s constituency, who was recently involved in a wife abuse case, besides highlighting the recent “sex scandal tape” of sacked minister Sandeep Kumar.

“The false façade of Kejriwal and his designs to cover up the mess his MLA’s create every day has been exposed to the electorate in the capital and people are aware that Kejriwal has conned the voters of the capital by promising clean, corruption free governance which he has failed ‘miserably’ to deliver,” Sirsa said in a statement.

Verma and Sirsa alleged that Kejriwal, for his personal gains, had portrayed a “holier than thou” image while granting tickets to people who had “criminal past” and were indulging in “all kinds of activities”.

“AAP represents nothing but an agenda to come to power and was a party full of deceit with MLA’s giving false degrees like Jitendra Tomar.

“Kejriwal while giving moral lectures to other political parties should focus on ‘governance’ which he had promised to the people of New Delhi. The so called three ‘C’s in his manifesto have disappeared from his party. The corruption free raj is nowhere to be seen,” Sirsa said.

Taking a dig at AAP Punjab MP Bhagwant Mann, Sirsa said he needs “instant mental health help” and highlighted the controversial video of Parliament made by him that allegedly threw national security to the winds.