May 3, 2018 | By Sikh Siyasat Bureau
Chandigarh: Reacting on the issue of renaming Dyal Singh Majithia college, the Aam Aadmi Party today criticised BJP of indulging in the politics of communal divide.
In a press statement, AAP Punjab co-president Dr. Balbir Singh and Sunam MLA Aman Arora demanded the resignation of central minister and SAD MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal on moral grounds for failing to protect the “legacy of Punjabis”.
The AAP leaders said that even after so much opposition from the different section of society on renaming the collage, the centre has decided to go ahead with it.
Harsimrat Badal being in the cabinet of Modi was aware of every move of govt. and the management but is now pretending as if she knew nothing, said AAP leaders.
Dr. Balbir Singh said that “demand of Harsimat Badal to take action against college chairman Amitabh Sinha and the vice chancellor of Delhi University is farce as she herself is the part of the government and move can not release of the sin”. He said that Harsimrat must ask Modi to look in the matter or resign from his cabinet on this issue.
Amar Arora said that the statement of central minister Parkash Javedkar will not carry any weight if he does not take any action against Amitabh Sinha and Yogesh Tyagi in 24 hours. He said that it is impossible to digest that despite the govt. assurance in parliament, the chairman Sinha and VC Tyagi managed to put a renamed banner outside the college. He said that both are working on the dictates of BJP. The leaders said that along with Punjab leadership the central leadership of AAP is taking up the issue very seriously. The AAP legislators of Delhi have registered their opposition on the matter with Human Development ministry and demanded sacking of Sinha and Tyagi for renaming the college without any delay.
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