Punjab: Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday that his car was attacked in Punjab's Ludhiana with sticks and stones, causing damage to the windscreen of the vehicle.
The information was made public by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief himself on Twitter.“…Badals n congress nervous? They can't break my spirits (sic),” Kejriwal tweeted after the incident. A photo retweeted by the Aam Aadmi Party's official handle showed the broken windscreen of Kejriwal's car and police present at the scene.
The Delhi chief minister earlier visited Boha village in Ludhiana, where two Dalit youth were killed in an alleged fake encounter in 2014. “Terror of Badals is all set to end after one year,” he said to the families of the two.
Meanwhile, another AAP leader Ashish Khetan accused Shiriomani Akali Dal for the attack saying, “Badals attacked Kejriwal's car with stones and & rods.
Khetan accused the Punjab Police of being a mute spectator and taking no action when the goons attacked Kejriwal' car.
The attack took place as Kejriwal exited a venue where he interacted with industrialists around 12.20pm. A group of Sikh protestors threw stones at his car.