Khalistani supporter openly claims they funded and campaigned for AAP during Punjab elections. In an exclusive, Republic TV has uncovered the ‘Break India’ movement of the ‘front for Khalistani groups’, whose members have been caught on camera, in a sting operation conducted by Republic TV senior journalist, Shawan Sen, accepting working hand in hand with China, Pakistan and Maoists to impair havoc in India.
Shamsher Singh of the ‘National Sikh Youth Federation’, a front for Khalistani groups, was caught on tape making outrageous revelations. In the video, he is seen calling for wanting to ‘break up India’ by giving a free hand to Naxals, Maoists, and others who have a similar ideology. Calling it a complete radical movement, Shamsher Singh said, “We want Naxals to be free. Dravidistan to be free. We want the Maoists to be free. Because our enemy is the same. Our enemy is Delhi“.
Reiterating on similar lines, Gurcharan Singh, member of the once-banned Dal Khalsa said, “The enemy of your enemy is your friend. That is the simple thing. And secondly, when the union is smashed into small parts we will need a coalition of such groups.” He, in a shocking revelation, mentioned that they have links in every singale state of India and that they are funding every terror activity in India. Gurcharan Singh, amongst the several other sensational claims he made also allegedthat the Dal Khalsa had backed the Aam Aadmi Party in the Punjab Assembly Elections 2017.
Khalistani supporter openly claims they funded and campaigned for AAP during Punjab elections. And Arvind Kejriwal once said we came to change politics. You have changed a lot Sir by partnering with break India forces. #AntiIndiaAAP
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— BJP Delhi (@BJP4Delhi) October 4, 2018
‘We funded AAP’
According to Republic TV, he claimed that his group had ‘campaigned, and even funded Aam Aadmi Party during the Punjab elections 2017.’ Later, the man appeared on Republic TV and said that ‘Aam Aadmi Party was just a tool’ adding that it was an ‘irrelevant party.’ He went on to say, “We used the AAP as tool to expose the political system and electoral machines.”
“Look at Punjab. AAP won the elections. They won 95 seats. We were on the ground. Campaigning for the party. We funded the party to see what a campaign makes a difference. And it does make a difference. People voted for AAP. They did not win because of the evm,” Gurcharan Singh said.
AAP leader and Delhi deputy CM Manish Sisodia refused to comment on the sting, instead abused Republic TV.
“Listen, you and your channel can never understand education, so please don’t talk. We don’t do ‘dalali’ like your channel. We are unhappy with ‘dalal’ channels like you,” said Manish Sisodia.
— Akshay Sharma (@worldwideAkshay) October 4, 2018
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