Punjab

DELHI GOVT'S ADVT. EXPOSES AAP'S REAL SEPARATIST FACE: JAKHAR

May 24, 2020 06:20 PM

Abohar/Chandigarh (Face2News)

Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee President Sunil Jakhar has said that an advertisement issued by the Delhi government, which portrays Sikkim as separate nation, has once again exposed the separatist face of the
Aam Aadmi Party.

Mr. Jakhar said that the Delhi Government today issued an advertisement in the newspapers for the recruitment of volunteers in the Civil Defense Corps, in which it was described that Sikkim, an integral part of the country, would be a considered separate country like Bhutan and Nepal.

“It may be considered as a human error but given the background of the Aam Aadmi Party, it is safe to say that it was done deliberately to promote its separatist ideology, he said.

Mr. Jakhar said that the Delhi Government today issued an advertisement in the newspapers for the recruitment of volunteers in the Civil Defense Corps, in which it was described that Sikkim, an integral part of the country, would be a considered separate country like Bhutan and Nepal.“It may be considered as a human error but given the background of the Aam Aadmi Party, it is safe to say that it was done deliberately to promote its separatist ideology, he said.

The state congress chief said that AAP leaders have been staying in the homes of separatists as they ventured in Punjab and had supported terrorists’ ideology. So what else could be expected from this party’s government?

Mr. Jakhar said that AAP was pursuing its covert policy by hurting the unity and integrity of the country. “Punjabis had already understood their separatist thinking and had rejected the party in Punjab in 2017 polls. However, he urged the people to beware of the separatist and divisive thinking of the Aam Aadmi Party. “We can’t afford to forget that such thinking had already done great harm to our country and we should oppose such people on every platform, Jakhar said.  

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