24 Mar 2024

Opposition unites against Kejriwal's arrest, India alliance rally on March 31; what Bhagwant Mann said

The uproar continues after the arrest of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal in the Delhi Liquor Policy scandal. After Kejriwal's arrest, opposition leaders are united in attacking ruling party. INDIA alliance leaders held a joint press conference in Delhi on Sunday. AAP leader Gopal Rai told during this that all the opposition leaders will also take out a rally on March 31 to protest against the arrest of Kejriwal. Gopal Rai also targeted BJP's election donations.

Delhi Minister Gopal Rai said, "To protest against what has been the killing of democracy, the INDIA alliance will hold a rally on March 31 at 10 am, in Ramlila Maidan. We appeal to all the people from Delhi and the entire country, party workers, trader associations, and NGOs to join us that day."

Protests and counter protests 

Meanwhile, protests by Aam Aadmi Party and BJP are being seen in the national capital on Sunday.

BJP supporters staged a counter-protest against the AAP and set fire to effigies of Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Kejriwal has been incarcerated since March 21 in connection with the excise policy case. The BJP workers, burning effigies of the chief minister on the eve of the Holi festival, labeled it as a symbolic act against corruption, dubbing it the "Holika of corruption."

CM will seek permission to open office in jail: Bhagwant Mann

Meanwhile, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has said that Kejriwal will remain the Chief Minister of Delhi. Kejriwal will not resign and work while in jail.

According to Bhagwant Mann, we will seek permission from the court that Kejriwal be allowed to run the government from jail itself. It is not written anywhere in the Constitution that work cannot be done while in jail.

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