Punjab: Arvind Kejriwal shown black flags after releasing trade manifesto

Last month, Kejriwal, who was then on Punjab visit, had faced protests at the railway station here from the activists of Youth Akali Dal and Mahila Congress.

By: PTI | Ludhiana | Published:October 23, 2016 5:47 pm
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Activists from Mahila Congress on Sunday staged a protest and showed black flags to Delhi Chief Minister and AAP national convener Arvind Kejriwal when he was leaving the venue after releasing party’s trade manifesto for the upcoming Assembly elections.

Despite elaborate arrangements by police, a group of Mahila Congress workers led by District Mahila Congress president Leena Tapati managed to show black flags to Kejriwal and raised slogans against him.

Last month, Kejriwal, who was then on Punjab visit, had faced protests at the railway station here from the activists of Youth Akali Dal and Mahila Congress.