Gujarat: BJP accused of kidnapping AAP candidate, Sisodia said – Held and taken away for withdrawal of nomination


Manish Sisodia

Manish Sisodia
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The battle of Gujarat elections is getting very interesting. Now the Aam Aadmi Party has made a big allegation on the BJP. AAP leader Manish Sisodia has alleged that BJP has kidnapped our candidate from Surat (East) Kanchal Jariwala. He was last seen in RO office yesterday.

Sisodia told the media that the BJP was trying to get the nomination of the AAP candidate rejected. He has just been brought to the Returning Officer’s office. Sisodia told, Kanchan Jariwala has been surrounded by more than 500 policemen, pressure is being made on him to withdraw his nomination. During this, Sisodia also targeted the Election Commission. Sisodia said, whatever is happening raises questions on the Election Commission. He said, I have sought an appointment with the Election Commissioner.

Allegations of selling tickets dismissed
Meanwhile, Sisodia rejected the allegations of selling tickets on the Aam Aadmi Party. He said, tickets are not sold in AAP. Someone gave money for the ticket and the money was also taken, but the ticket was not sold. It is clear from this that tickets are not sold in AAP. He said, I demand a fair investigation in this matter.

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The battle of Gujarat elections is getting very interesting. Now the Aam Aadmi Party has made a big allegation on the BJP. AAP leader Manish Sisodia has alleged that BJP has kidnapped our candidate from Surat (East) Kanchal Jariwala. He was last seen in RO office yesterday.

Sisodia told the media that the BJP was trying to get the nomination of the AAP candidate rejected. He has just been brought to the Returning Officer’s office. Sisodia told, Kanchan Jariwala has been surrounded by more than 500 policemen, pressure is being made on him to withdraw his nomination. During this, Sisodia also targeted the Election Commission. Sisodia said, whatever is happening raises questions on the Election Commission. He said, I have sought an appointment with the Election Commissioner.

Allegations of selling tickets dismissed

Meanwhile, Sisodia rejected the allegations of selling tickets on the Aam Aadmi Party. He said, tickets are not sold in AAP. Someone gave money for the ticket and the money was also taken, but the ticket was not sold. It is clear from this that tickets are not sold in AAP. He said, I demand a fair investigation in this matter.





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