New Delhi, February 18
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday wrote to Punjab CM Charanjit Channi assuring him that he would “personally” look into the alleged support to AAP by the proscribed Sikhs for Justice (SFJ). In a letter to the Punjab Chief Minister, Shah said it was condemnable that to grab power some people would go to the extent of joining hands with separatists.
“I want to assure you that no one will be allowed to play with the unity and integrity of the country. The government has taken the matter very seriously and I myself will look into it,” the Home Minister wrote.
Channi had written to Shah, claiming that he had a letter by the SFJ which showed that latter was in "constant touch" with AAP.
Shah noted that the issue of a political party having ties with a banned organisation was a “serious matter” and the agenda of such forces “is no different from the agenda of country’s enemies”.
Harpal Cheema of AAP said: “For many days, AAP had been warning of a fixed match being played by all traditional parties and their leaders — Modi, Gandhis, Channi, Capt Amarinder Singh and Badals.” —
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