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‘I Must Be A Sweetest Terrorist,’ Says Kejriwal After Channi’s Letter To Centre

Just two days ahead of the Punjab polling Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi and Union Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah have indulged in exchanging letters about Aam Aadmi Party Chief Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

Reacting on the appeal by CM Channi on the basis of Kejriwal’s allegations of being separatist-sympathiser lately floated by AAP member, poet Kumar Vishwas, Union Minister Amit Shah has said that the allegations will be “seriously” investigated.
Calling the connection between the two political opponents the AAP chief has called it nothing less than a “comedy”.

“I have learnt the central government called up Mr Channi to write the letter last evening and demand an investigation. Over the next two days, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) will register an FIR against me,” said the Delhi Chief Minister.

“I welcome all FIRs. But if this is how the central government deals with the security of the country, then I am quite worried about it… they have made national security a comedy. No agency found anything on me even after all these raids and one day the PM realises what a huge risk I am after a poet reads out a poem,” he further said.

“All the corrupt have united. They have come together because they are scared of me. So yes, I am a terrorist for them. They can’t sleep peacefully because of me… 100 years ago they called Bhagat Singh a terrorist, and today, they are calling me, a disciple of Bhagat Singh, a terrorist,” said Kejriwal.

“I must be the sweetest terrorist in the world who makes hospitals and schools for people, sponsors pilgrimage trips for the old. I don’t believe the world has seen such a terrorist yet who has roads made, fixes water problems, gives free electricity and solves people’s issues,” said the AAP leader.

Soon an anti-terrorist investigation can be held upon the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as assured by the Union Minister Amit Shah to Mr Channi On Friday as the government has noticed that the AAP allegations are being supported by the banned separatist group Sikhs for Justice.

“I want to assure you that no one will be allowed to play with the unity and integrity of the country. The government of India has taken the matter very seriously and I myself will look into the matter deeply,” wrote Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
He went on to say that any political party getting support or having relations with any terrorist or banned organisation is a serious concern about the unity and the integrity of the country.

“This is highly condemnable that to grab power such people go to the extent of joining hands with the separatists and also go to the limits of breaking Punjab and the country,” he further said.

In his letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Mr Channi wrote that he had received a letter from SFJ which told that it has been in consistent touch with AAP. The Punjab CM even asserted that the group had supported AAP during 2017 polls same as it is doing now.

“These allegations also deserved to be probed comprehensively and necessary action taken accordingly. I hope you would consider this and take appropriate necessary action immediately keeping in view the seriousness of the matter involved as Punjab has already suffered heavily due to these separatist forces,” wrote Mr Channi.

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