After ‘Ghar Wapsi’, Tajinder Bagga challenges Kejriwal, said- I will keep asking questions

Soon after he was released by the Punjab Police and returned to Delhi, BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga challenged AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal and said he was ready to fight the legal battle further. He said, ‘I challenge Kejriwal that if he feels that we will stop asking questions and stop raising our voices. I will fight this battle. I will not stop I will keep asking questions to Arvind Kejriwal.

Bagga rejected Punjab Police’s claim that he had been asked to join the investigation several times, but he refused to comply. “I have already answered all the summons issued,” the BJP leader said. Delhi BJP President Adesh Gupta accused Arvind Kejriwal of misusing the Punjab Police to arrest Bagga on false charges.

Soon after he was released by the Punjab Police and returned to Delhi, BJP leader Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga issued a challenge to AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal and said he was ready to fight the legal battle further. He said, ‘I challenge Kejriwal that if he feels that we will stop asking questions and stop raising our voices. I will fight this battle. I will not stop I will keep asking questions to Arvind Kejriwal.

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Dismissing Punjab Police’s claim that he was asked several times to join the investigation but he refused to comply, the BJP leader said, “I have already answered all the summons issued. is.”

Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta, who called Bagga’s ghar wapsi “ghar wapsi”, accused Arvind Kejriwal of misusing the Punjab Police to arrest Bagga on false charges. “Kejriwal misused the Punjab Police. Bagga has not committed any crime.

Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) national secretary Tajinder Pal Singh Bagga (36) was arrested by the Punjab Police on Friday morning from his residence in Delhi’s Janakpuri on charges of making provocative statements, promoting enmity and making criminal intimidation. The case was registered on the complaint of Mohali resident and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Sunny Singh Ahluwalia.

What did Bagga’s lawyer say?
Talking to the media, Bagga’s lawyer Sanket Gupta said that Punjab Police has no authority to arrest Bagga in Delhi. After being taken into custody, his father lodged a complaint with the Delhi Police. He said, “After this 97 CrPC application was given by Delhi Police that there is a case of illegal detention and we want to trace the victim. The victim was searched and traced.”

Gupta also said that the BJP leader, while appearing before the magistrate, alleged that he suffered two injuries on his back and shoulder during the arrest. He said, “Bagga also expressed apprehension that such an incident might happen again. The duty magistrate asked the SHO to provide adequate security to the victim and the complainant.” The lawyer said the BJP youth wing leader would appear in a Delhi court on Monday to give his statement.

Political uproar over Bagga’s arrest
The arrest of Tajinder Bagga has triggered a political tussle between the BJP and the ruling AAP in Punjab. The saffron party accused the Punjab Police of “kidnapping” its leader, who has been vocal in his criticism of Arvind Kejriwal. Also accused the AAP chief of pursuing vengeance through the state police. The AAP rejected the allegation, saying the BJP leader has been arrested for allegedly inciting communal tension in Punjab.

When a political battle of rhetoric broke out, the police of three states got entangled in the matter. Bagga was arrested by the Punjab Police from his home, stopped in Haryana on his way to Punjab and brought back to the national capital hours later by the Delhi Police.