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BJP Protestors Vandalize Arvind Kejriwal’s Residence, AAP Releases Video

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Some BJP workers forcefully entered Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s residence and vandalized several things inside his property. And the videos of this violent act was shared by several AAP leaders.

BJP Protestors Vandalize Delhi CM’s Property

BJP

The Bharatiya Janta Party workers have been protesting outside the residence of different ministers of Delhi government over some allegations. Recently the workers vandalized CM Arvind Kejriwal’s residence.

Actually, it happened on December 12, 2020, when a group of BJP workers entered the CM’s residences despite high security. The angry group of workers started vandalizing things. They even broke security cameras outside his residence.

AAP

The footages of this violent act were posted by several AAP leaders and slammed it. They added that how could the police officials allow a protest like this to go on amid this deadly pandemic. Apart from that they also said that the Delhi police have failed to do their duty.

‘Our Protest Was Non-Violent’ Says BJP

The Chief of Delhi BJP Ashok Goel Devraha has clarified in a statement that AAP is making false allegations on the party. He admitted that the workers were protesting outside Sisodia’s house but they were peaceful and did not ignite violence.

He added that AAP is just trying to defame them and also claimed that they are trying to take away everyone’s attention from the ongoing conspiracy.

BJP

He added that people like Manish Sisodia and other AAP members are plotting something really heinous against Bharatiya Janta Party mayors and that is the reason the protest was being staged.

On the other hand, the Aam Admi Party has denied to address any such claims and called BJP a complete attention seeker who makes false accusations and statements about other political parties.

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