Arvind Kejriwal May Recruit Ex-Cop, In Punjab Tomorrow
Aam Aadmi Party boss Arvind Kejriwal will venture out to Punjab tomorrow as the nine-year-old outfit attempts to extend its impression in the state in front of the following year's get together races. The visit will occur days after his visit to Gujarat, another state where surveys will be held one year from now.
"Punjab needs change. The lone expectation is the Aam Aadmi Party. See you tomorrow at Amritsar," Mr Kejriwal, who is additionally Delhi Chief Minister, tweeted in Punjabi.
During the visit, Mr Kejriwal is probably going to enlist previous IPS official Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh who was important for Special Investigation Team (SIT) that led test in police terminating occurrence in Kotkapura in Punjab in 2015.
The report was anyway suppressed by the Punjab and Haryana high court after which the Mr Singh took intentional retirement.
This will be his second visit to the state in almost three months.
During his last visit in March, Mr Kejriwal hit out at the Amarinder Singh-drove Punjab government, blaming it for not keeping its survey guarantees and beguiling individuals.
"Commander Sahib had said cell phones will be given. Who got cell phones simply lift your hands? Commander Sahib had said ranchers' advance will be deferred. Whose credit has been postponed simply lift your hands," he had said while tending to a Kisan Maha Sammelan coordinated by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Moga.
In the last surveys held in 2017, AAP had the option to get 20 out of 117 gathering seats.
The decisions are well on the way to be held in the state in February or March 2022.