“Collusion between the Akalis and the Congress”, says Kejriwal

New Delhi: Keeping in mind the upcoming polls of Punjab the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today claimed that opposition Congress and the ruling party Shiromani Akali Dal in Punjab were colluding to battle the 2017 assembly elections.

He gave this statement in response to that Prakash Singh Badal’s party was planning take away all the charges put on against former Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh who is currently Punjab Congress President.

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Delhi Chief Minister while sharing Media report tweeted “Need more proof of collusion between the Akalis and the Congress? This happening just before elections. It means the Akalis and the Congress are jointly fighting elections.”

Kejriwal on the basis of media reports claimed that ruling party is willing to withdraw the case filed against Punjab Congress President  Amarinder Singh.

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By- Ila Kazmi