BJP: Strict action against for AAP’s Alka Lamba

Manoj Tiwari the leader of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Monday called for strict action to be taken against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Alka Lamba for falsely denying that she had vandalised a sweet shop in Kashmere Gate.

He said that the incident had proved her involvement beyond doubt by CCTV footage.

Manoj Tiwari: I hope they (AAP) were serious against for drug addiction, but they are not. Strict action must be initiated against Alka Lamba. Everything clear in CCTV footage. This government is actually vandalising shops. Kejriwal can make many statements his sins to hide, but truth has come out, there was no stone pelting or an attack on Alka Lamba. They are going to a specific shop, vandalising it, because the owner doesn’t give levy them with money. It is very clear from the CCTV footage. What else evidence do the Kejriwal Government want?” Tiwari told.

Earlier Lamba, in her denial, had said the video which showed her throwing things was taken after she was attacked during an anti-drug drive.

“As far as this footage is concerned, I have seen it. The shop is of BJP MLA OP Sharma and the attack took place outside his shop and the attacker was also caught from this shop,” Lamba told.

BJP: Strict action against for AAP's Alka Lamba

“This video is after the attack took place. I had just entered the shop with one of AAP volunteers post the attack and asked that the attacker be brought out, we haven’t vandalized the shop,” she added.

The Chandni Chowk MLA, who suffered, head injuries after allegedly being pelted with stones yesterday, further alleged that she was attacked in the presence of policemen, but non of action was taken by them.

The CCTV footage shows Lamba reaching straight for the shop counter and throwing away some items on the counter, after which her supporters also vandalised the shop.

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