HOME       Contact Us      Hire Us       Domestic Airlines        Railway Enquiry     Railway Booking     Hotels & Flights Abroad
NEIGHBOURS CALLING:      Dubai      Malaysia     Nepal     Bhutan
indiatraveltimes.com
COVID DATA April 1, 2022 INDIA: New Cases: 1,335 Total Cases: 4,30,25,775 New Deaths: 11 Old Unreported Deaths: 41 Total Deaths: 5,21,181 New Tests: 6,06,036 Total Tests: 78,97,70,958 New Vax: 23,57,917 Total Vax: 184,31,89,377 - India Travel Times.Com   [Estd: 1998]       * * *    Travel, More Travel, Travel Means A Million Things     * * *    
BJP bid to assassinate Kejriwal, residence vandalised: Sisodia

Activists of the BJP's youth wing, BJYM, rampaged AAP leader and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's residence in protest against his remark on the 'Kashmir Files' film. Sisodia says it was a BJP plan to kill Kejriwal after it was defeated in the Punjab polls.

NEW DELHI, March 30: An unnerved BJP, the ruling party at the Centre, is planning to kill Kejriwal after the AAP's victory in Punjab, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has said. His remark followed an incident of vandalism at Kejriwal's residence in Civil Lines area in the Capital on Wednesday by BJYM activists protesting against the Delhi Chief Minister's alleged remark on 'Kashmir Files' movie.

"The BJP could not defeat Arvind Kejriwal in the Punjab polls, it now wants to kill him ('hatya karna chahta hai')," Sisodia said.

The BJYM (Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha) is the youth wing of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

The protesters damaged CCTV cameras and dismantled security barricades at the Chief Minister's residence. They were demanding an apology from the Aam Aadmi Party leader for allegedly insulting Kashmiri Pandits.

"The BJP is trying to kill Kejriwal as they cannot defeat him. Today's incident was planned to murder him," Sisodia told a press conference. "Due to the AAP's victory and the BJP's defeat in the Punjab Assembly election, the BJP wants to murder Kejriwal. BJP goons were deliberately taken by the police to the residence of Kejriwal. The goons broke the CCTV cameras and barriers in front of the CM's residence," he alleged.

The police, which functions under the Central Home Ministry, said, "Around 1 pm some protestors breached two barricades and reached the Chief Minister's house where they created ruckus, shouted slogans... They were carrying a small box of paint from which they threw paint at the door... a boom barrier arm was also found vandalised and a CCTV camera." The police said they detained 70 people.

BJYM national secretary Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga denied that the protesters vandalised the Chief Minister's residence.

On a demand to make 'Kashmir Files' tax-free, Kejriwal had said during the budget session of the Delhi Assembly last Thursday that the film could be put on YouTube so that everyone can watch it for free. His remark had irked the BJP. Some people were making crores in the name of Kashmiri Pandits, he had remarked.

Previous Files
ARCHIVES



Neighbours
Calling

Bhutan
Nepal
Malaysia
Dubai

'Makaravilakku' celebrated at Sabarimala Ayyappa temple under covid protocol
Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn offers prayers at Sabarimala Ayyappa temple in Kerala
Eight Sabarimala pilgrims from Andhra, driver injured in bus mishap near Pampa
Uttarakhand withdraws Char Dham Management Act after two-year protests
Annapurna idol brought back from Canada installed in Kashi Vishwanath temple
Niranjani's Mahant Ravindra Puri to succeed Mahant Narendra Giri as Akhara Parishad president
Tamil film 'Koozhangal' selected as India's official entry for Oscars 2022

Fashion & Lifestyle
Cuisines
Yoga & Asanas
Fairs, Festivals & Melas
Religion & Cult
Pilgrimage
Art & Culture
History, Legends & Mythology
Ayurveda
Free Ayurveda Consultation
ARCHIVES
A Window On India
Fashion & Lifestyle
Yoga & Asanas
Fairs, Festivals & Melas
Religion & Cult
Pilgrimage
Art & Culture
History, Legends & Mythology
Ayurveda
News (Archives)
Travel News
Travel News Archives
Travel News Index

Custom Search