Ruckus at Arvind Kejriwal's rally in Himachal, slogans of Murdabad raised in front of Delhi CM
Arvind Kejriwal Solan Roadshow: Today in Himachal Pradesh, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal faced public opposition. People raised slogans of Murdabad in front of Kejriwal during a road show in Solan. After which there was a fight and a ruckus in the rally.
A round of rallies, road shows and public meetings of big leaders is going on regarding the Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections. In this episode, today a roadshow was organized by the National Convener of Aam Aadmi Party and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in Solan, Himachal. But there was a fight and ruckus in this road show, due to which Arvind Kejriwal had to leave his speech in the middle and return to Delhi.
According to the information received, there was a ruckus at Arvind Kejriwal's rally organized in Solan, Himachal on Thursday. It was told that when Kejriwal was doing a road show in Solan, people started shouting slogans about Murdabad in front of him. On this, AAP workers clashed with those who raised the slogans. Then there was fierce kicking and punching from both sides. In the midst of the fight, the situation was such that Kejriwal had to leave the speech midway and return.
It was told that Kejriwal had left the old DC office in Solan city for a road show in an open vehicle. He was accompanied by party candidates and workers of 17 assembly seats in the Shimla parliamentary constituency. His road show in open vehicles reached the old bus stand, where Kejriwal had just started giving a speech, and some people started raising slogans of Kejriwal Murdabad.
Slogans also tossed pamphlets of ETT-TET past teachers association. Seeing the slogans of 'Murdabad' being raised in front of the leader, AAP workers also got angry. After this, the workers of the Aam Aadmi Party started thrashing those who raised the slogans. After that kicking and punching started from both sides. Seeing the deteriorating environment, the police intervened and removed the sloganeering people from the roadshow.
But in the meantime, Kejriwal closed his speech by saying that if anyone has to commit hooliganism, then he should go to BJP or Congress. It is to be known that voting will be held in a single phase in Himachal Pradesh on November 12. The Aam Aadmi Party, which has registered victories in Delhi and Punjab, is now in the electoral fray in Himachal as well as in Gujarat. But reports of protests against Kejriwal have also been coming from many places in these two states.