The clever AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal who took so many u-turns on 1984 anti-Sikh riots has hit the headlines for making his recent statement on the killer of innocent Sikhs, Jagdish Tytler.
During his recent tour in Punjab, Kejriwal asked the Congress party that why Congress did not throw out people like Jagdish Tytler out of the party. Look who’s talking about Tytler, the AAP supremo had promised the anti-Sikh riot affected families in Delhi that after forming the government in Delhi, the AAP government would put Tytler behind the bars and a special SIT wound be constituted.
However, the AAP head forgot his promise after taking the reins of Delhi. He made a SIT comprising of three members but later he told that the SIT reports are missing from Secretariat.
He had promised the anti-Sikh riot affected families that the culprits involved in the riots would put behind bars but Jagdish Tytler and Sajjan Kumar are roaming free.
Even Kejriwal was seen in the picture holding the hand of Jagdish Tytler and sharing jokes with the killer of innocent Sikhs. It was evident that Kejriwal had good terms with Tytler and that’s they both shared the state in a function.
The AAP head who promised to put Tytler behind bars was eventually exposed. He had also promised that he had ample evidence against the then chief minister of Delhi, Sheila Dixit. However, he lost all the proofs against her when he became the Chief Minister of Delhi.
In Punjab, he has tried his cheap trick to woo the Sikhs by deliberately lambasting at Jagdish Tytler, the former Congress minister. Kejriwal has tried to play with the emotions of 1984 anti-Sikh riot affected families to win votes only.