AAP Claims BJP Workers Forcefully Entered Manish Sisodia’s Residence

The Bharatiya Janata Party workers trespassing into Manish Sisodia’s residence is the latest claim made by AAP.

BJP Workers Violently Entered Manish Sisodia’s Residence Claims AAP


According to the Aam Admi Party, the BJP workers protesting outside the residence of Deputy CM of Delhi entered his residence and initiated violence.

The Party’s spokesperson has claimed that the BJP workers broke barricades and entered Sisodia’s residence. And they were quite violent during the act.

He also added that despite having high security the workers still managed to enter Sisodia’s residence. And he assumed that the police allowed the workers to go inside without barring them.


Actually, the BJP was protesting against the AAP or the Delhi government as a whole over a speculated issue. As per BJP, the Delhi government is into killing the mayors and municipal corporation leaders of BJP. The party has also lodged FIR against Manish Sisodia.

There are also some viral videos on social media showing the angry mob of BJP workers entering Sisodia’s residence.

‘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.


He added that people like Manish Sisodia and other AAP members are plotting something really heinous against BJP 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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