Defamation case against Arvind Kejriwal by Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Friday
Hindumetro/New Delhi: Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Friday said he would record a defamation case against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) public convenor Arvind Kejriwal after the considered the previous a “deceptive man” following the Enforcement Directorate (ED) assaults at many spots including at the premises of the Congress chief’s nephew.
Tending to a public interview here, the Punjab Chief Minister said, “I host looked for consent from my gathering with respect to the individual assault on me by Kejriwal and AAP party in regards to ED strikes.
I will before long document a slander argument against Kejriwal in light of the fact that Kejriwal is crossing the cutoff points, so presently it is vital.” Channi further affirmed that Kejriwal was prone to even out allegations to insult the picture of others, adding that in the past as well, it was perceived the way in which he later apologizes for his comments.
“Kejriwal has a propensity that he denounces numerous such pioneers before the political decision, afterwards pursues away saying ‘sorry’ however this time he will be not ready to run. Presently I will record a maligning body of evidence against him,” he added.
Following the attacks led by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) at various areas
in Punjab regarding an unlawful sand mining case that includes the nephew of state Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) public convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had said that Channi is certainly not a “typical”, however a “deceptive” man.
Strikingly, ED recuperated around Rs 10 crore cash from the home of Bhupinder Singh Honey, the nephew of the Punjab boss clergyman. “Channi aam aadmi nahi, beimann aadmi hai (Channi is certifiably not an everyday person, except an exploitative man),” Kejriwal said in a tweet.
The ED on Wednesday held onto more than Rs 10 crore cash, gold worth over 21 lakh and a Rolex watch worth Rs 12 lakh from the private premises of land mafia Bhupinder Singh Honey and others regarding a supposed unlawful sand mining case.
The Enforcement Directorate proclaimed the recuperation after it finished up its two-day attack led at the business and private premises of the blamed people and their partners in more than twelve spots in Mohali, Ludhiana, Rupnagar, Fatehgarh Sahib and Pathankot.
The ED strikes continued from 7.30 am till late night on Tuesday and it again began on early Wednesday under the arrangements of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA). In the meantime, Punjab will go to gather surveys on February 20 and the outcomes will be pronounced on March 10.