AAP Accuses BJP of Plotting Arrests of Four Senior Leaders, BJP Denies Allegations


GG News Bureau
New Delhi, 2nd April. 
Delhi minister Atishi alleged today that four more senior leaders of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) are going to be arrested in the next two months. She accused the BJP of using central agencies to try to crush AAP. Atishi claimed that the ruling party plans to arrest her, Delhi minister Saurabh Bharadwaj, AAP MP Raghav Chadha, and party MLA Durgesh Pathak.

According to Atishi, the BJP approached her through someone close and asked her to join the party, promising to save her political career. She mentioned that they threatened to arrest her within a month if she did not switch sides. The person representing the BJP informed her that the ruling party was determined to eliminate everyone in AAP.

Atishi stated that the BJP initially believed that AAP would fall apart after Arvind Kejriwal’s arrest. However, after the recent rally at Ramlila Maidan, the BJP decided that the arrest of four leaders was insufficient.

Atishi also claimed that she received information about a possible raid by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on her and her relatives’ homes soon. She emphasized that they are loyal to Arvind Kejriwal and will not be intimidated by the BJP’s threats.

Regarding the ED’s submission in court linking her to AAP’s former communication boss, Atishi expressed concern that her name might be used to target the second line of AAP leadership for arrest.

The BJP dismissed Atishi’s allegations as unfounded. Party leader RP Singh suggested that the internal conflicts within AAP were becoming public, with a power struggle emerging between different factions.

These accusations and responses are part of the ongoing tensions between AAP and BJP following Kejriwal’s arrest in connection to a money laundering case related to Delhi’s former liquor policy. Kejriwal is currently in judicial custody until April 15 and has been moved to Tihar jail in Delhi. The ED has claimed that he is not cooperating with the investigation.

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