Amritsar: Heckled by BJP and Congress workers during his final revisit to Punjab by train, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday chose to come by a plane, though was again shown black flags by Congress women workers as his communicate came out of a airfield here.
A vast organisation of Punjab Mahila Congress members led by a boss Mamta Dutta protested opposite a purported misgovernence by Kejriwal supervision in a collateral as a Aam Aadmi Party arch reached here to debate for a Assembly polls.
After alighting during a Sri Guru Ramdas International Airport, Kejriwal straightway headed to Jalandhar where he was scheduled to attend a entertainment of a Aggarwal community.
With placards observant ‘Kejriwal Go back’, Congress activists purported his MLAs were concerned in outraging a tact of women and a personality of such persons will not be tolerated in Punjab.
Dutta also purported that she was badly “pushed and manhandled” by a masculine deputy during a criticism and she postulated injuries on her face.
Other women Congress activists also purported that they were pushed and shoved by policemen when they attempted to prevent Kejriwal’s cavalcade.
After a incident, Congress activists staged a criticism on a center of highway for one hour.
On 8 September, Kejriwal was heckled by BJP, Congress and Akali Dal protesters during railway stations both in New Delhi and Ludhiana when he took a Shatabdi demonstrate from Delhi to strech Punjab for a four-day debate to boost a party’s debate in a state where polls are due early subsequent year.