AAP a group of anarchists led by 'Chief Anarchist' Kejriwal: Tarun Chugh


Tarun Chugh.

Chandigarh, August 11, 2015: Tarun Chugh, the national secretary and Delhi co-incharge of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) today said that while people of Delhi voted AAP to power presuming that the party meant business, the electorate now stands shocked as they have found that AAP was nothing but a group of anarchists led by 'Chief Anarchist' Arvind Kejriwal.
The BJP leader alleged that the highly irresponsible set of leaders introduced, trained and established by Kejriwal have turned into an anarchist force. He said that it was quite surprising and embarrassing that AAP leaders first script an incident, do the required 'research' and 'recce' of the place and then executed the plan with the help of other anarchists only to remain in the news and attract the attention of people of Delhi. He alleged that all this was done to divert the attention of the people from the promises made by AAP as Kejriwal was not able to deliver.
Terming Kejriwal as Producer, Director, Cameraman, Stuntman and Villain of AAP, Chugh said that it was quite disappointing for the people of Delhi that some of their representatives have been accused of having fake degrees, for molesting women and one has been accused of scaring and torturing his wife by letting loose his dog on her. He said that some have been jailed, some others have been booked and allegations against yet others were being probed.
Chugh said that burdened by the liability of having at least 21 'tainted' MLAs, Aam Aadmi Party has chosen to fight the battle for its political survival by taking a negative route and its leaders were setting new standards of immorality and political indecency.
Commenting on AAP legislator Alka Lamba's 'drama' of being attacked, Chugh said that this badly written and poorly directed script was also the handiwork of none other than Kejriwal himself but the lady could not play it well. He said now when the CCTV footage is out, Kejriwal and his MLA stand exposed.
Chugh warned Kejriwal that he should instead use his energies and 'capability' to deliver what he had promised to the people ahead of Delhi elections. He also told Kejriwal that he should not take people for granted as resentment was growing and the voters might not wait for another four years to express their annoyance with the government. 
Tuesday, August 11, 2015