Chhotepur: Like Sehrawat, I also wanted to expose AAP leader in Punjab : On Tuesday, Expelled Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Punjab Convenor Sucha Singh Chhotepur said that he too like, Devinder Sehrawat, wanted to highlight the misdeeds committed by the party leaders in Punjab but Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal never paid attention to his concerns.
Chhotepur told ANI that when the topic of tickets was raised, exploitation of women, matters of bribes also came up. I want to say more that if a famous MLA has made such claims then he must be having evidences to prove his accusations. Kejriwal should initiate the investigation in this matter.
He added that I had asked Kejriwal in my case for six months, I also wanted to talk about all these things. I urged him that he should look in to Punjab state, because nothing was not good in the state. AAP Leaders from Delhi were getting involved in mischievous activities. We were getting lot of complaints against them. But Kejriwal did not hear my words.
AAP MLA from Bijwasan, Delhi – Devinder Sehrawat wrote a letter to Kejriwal to pull the attention of Kejriwal on the matter that he received some disturbing reports of women being exploited for election tickets.
The Bijwasan MLA – Sehrawat also wrote to social activist Anna Hazare, stating that the party is facing instances of corruption and misconduct. Chhotepur was also expelled from the party because the allegations of Such Singh against the party of seeking a bribe for election tickets.