Senior lawyer H S Phoolka Sunday claimed that the BJP provided him the video tape of former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi in which the latter is allegedly “justifying” the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
Phoolka rubbished rumours that his decision was triggered by the rift in AAP’s Punjab unit, following the suspension of two party MPs.
In an exclusive conversation with Divya Goyal, H S Phoolka tells why he was silent over suspension of two party MPs and other issues related to Punjab AAP
He said that bicycle is a common man’s vehicle and thus it needs to be promoted for better lifestyle.
The AAP leader says that BJP is going back on their stand in their decision to demand a SIT.
The judge said the case does not relate to the 1984 riots and asked Phoolka to settle the matter.
Phoolka added that ex-servicemen will now be roped in by AAP to tackle drug menace in Punjab and the campaign will start from Ludhiana.
It was highly unfortunate that inspite of sufficient evidence such as CCTV footage, the accussed have been acquitted by the court.
The coordinators for these campaigns are Dr Kirat Sibia, Col C M Lakhanpal and Satpal Sharma. Advisor for the campaigns is Avtar Singh Dhindsa.
SC hearing a curative petition on Section 377 is a welcome sign of its willingness to review its verdict.
As per EC inspection, both candidates are not showing actual expenditure incurred.
The highlight was Manpreet Singh Ayali’s views on women’s safety. He said, “Girls should prefer not going out in the dark.”
Phoolka himself was not present with Panag as the party said he had gone to Delhi in connection with a case against Jagdish Tytler regarding the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
Clad in usual khadi kurta and Gandhi cap, typical AAP style, she moved ahead with folded hands but people failed to recognize her.
The PIL was filed by the NGO Bachpan Bachao Andolan.