Did Kejriwal take 16 million dollars from terrorist organization, NIA recommends investigation

Creative Common

There was another conspiracy against Kejriwal. According to the Lieutenant Governor Secretariat, Saxena had received a complaint that AAP had received US$16 million from pro-Khalistani groups to facilitate the release of 1993 Delhi blasts convict and terrorist Devendra Pal Bhullar and to promote pro-Khalistani sentiments.

Funding to Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and AAP government from US-based banned Khalistani group ‘Sikh for Justice’ to meet Delhi Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena has recommended an NIA probe into the allegations. AAP vehemently denied the allegations and termed it as yet another conspiracy against Kejriwal. According to the Lieutenant Governor Secretariat, VK Saxena had received a complaint that AAP had received US$16 million from pro-Khalistani groups to facilitate the release of 1993 Delhi blasts convict and terrorist Devendra Pal Bhullar and to promote pro-Khalistani sentiments.

He said that since the complaint was made against a Chief Minister and related to political funding received from a banned organisation. There is a need for investigation including forensic examination of the electronic evidence given by the complainant. The Lieutenant Governor also referred to a letter written by Kejriwal to Iqbal Singh in January 2014 to the Home Ministry, which mentioned that the AAP government had already recommended Bhullar’s release to the President and would work on other issues. Which includes formation of SIT in a sympathetic and time bound manner. Iqbal Singh was on a fast at Jantar Mantar demanding written assurance for the release of Bhullar. After receiving Kejriwal’s letter, he ended his fast.

The complaint cites a video released by Sikhs for Justice chief and wanted Khalistani terrorist Gurpatwant Singh Pannun, in which he alleged that AAP received US$16 million from Khalistani groups between 2014 and 2022. It has been alleged that Kejriwal had held closed-door meetings with Khalistani leaders at Gurudwara Richmond Hills, New York during his visit in 2014. Kejriwal had reportedly promised to facilitate Bhullar’s release in exchange for substantial financial support to AAP from Khalistani factions.

other news

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top