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Uttarakhand : Condemning the statement of BJP spokesperson, AAP burnt the effigy of BJP

Champawat : Aam Aadmi Party workers in Devidhura have condemned the controversial statement of BJP spokesperson. The workers burnt the effigy of BJP in protest. He demanded an apology from the BJP spokesperson. If this is not done, he has warned of agitation. On Thursday, workers led by AAP’s chief worker Rajesh Bisht burnt an effigy of BJP in the main market of Devidhura. Here former village head Ratan Singh Bisht, Bhagwan Singh Adhikari, Lohaghat Legislative Assembly Speaker Pratap Bisht, Jeevan Bisht, Prakash Bisht, Vikram Kathait, Sanjay Bisht, Bhaskar Bisht, Dheeraj Bisht, Vipin Bahuguna etc.

AAP workers raised slogans in Tanakpur-Banbasa

Expressing anger over the remarks of a senior BJP leader, AAP burnt effigies of BJP in Tanakpur and Banbasa. The workers led by AAP spokesperson Sangeeta Sharma have asked the BJP leader to apologize to the people of Uttarakhand. On the other hand, in Banbasa, workers under the chairmanship of AAP in-charge Ruchi Dhasmana burnt an effigy. Here Naveen Srivastava, Vipin Gupta, Asif, Harish Bohra, Bhaskar Patni, Pooja, Tara Singh Negi District Coordinator Deepak Bhatt, Dinesh Rawat, Najra, Kusumlata, Pooja Devi, Mohd. Anees, Usman, Naresh Gupta, Meenavati, Arun Kumar, Basanti, Bina Abhishek, Kanhaiya, Nisha, Anita Devi, etc.

BJP’s effigy was burnt by Aam Aadmi Party Almora

Aam Aadmi Party burnt an effigy of the state government and raised slogans, angered by the use of derogatory words by the BJP leaders for the people of the state. Let us inform that after the announcement of the Aam Aadmi Party to provide 300 units of electricity free to the people living in Uttarakhand, the round of rhetoric has intensified in the state. This is the reason that Congress and BJP workers are seen making statements continuously, while BJP spokesperson Prabhakar Uniyal in his statement calling the people of the state as beggars has created resentment among the workers of Aam Aadmi Party.