BJP accuses AAP of “disturbing communal harmony” in Punjab

Bharatiya Janata Party today accused the Aam Aadmi Party of “disturbing communal harmony” and “hurting religious sentiments” of people in Punjab.

BJP in addition sought the expulsion of the leaders Naresh Yadav and Ashish Khetan from the AAP.

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They further demanded the apology to the people of Punjab for hurting their sentiments.

BJP’s National Secretary R.P. Singh today stated: “AAP leaders are continuously trying to disturb the communal harmony in Punjab. Arvind Kejriwal should immediately expel Ashish Khetan and Naresh Yadav from the party and apologise to the people of Punjab.”

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