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AAP flays police assault on district chief Jeeda in Bathinda, seeks legal actions

Bathinda, August 17, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has taken serious note of the manhandling of its senior leader and district chief by Bathinda police on Saturday and demanded stringent legal action against those behind the attack.

In a joint statement issued from the party headquarters in Chandigarh on Saturday, Budhlada MLA Principal Budh Ram, Talwandi Sabo MLA, Prof Baljinder Kaur, Bathinda (Urban) MLA, Rupinder Kaur Ruby, state trade wing co-president Anil Thakur, Halqa president (Urban), Amritpal Aggarwal, halqa president, Maur, Sukhbir Singh, had severely criticized the police action on its senior party leader and advocate Navdeep Singh and demanded strict action against the police officials.

They threatened that if no action was initiated against the guilty, the party senior leadership would be free to lay seize of the office of the Superintendent of Police (SP).

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