AAP not invited for PM Modi's all-party meet, celebration says govt ego-ridden

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AAP chief Sanjay Singh mentioned the celebration has a authorities in Delhi and in Punjab, it’s the primary opposition celebration, however nonetheless the BJP doesn’t need its opinion.

AAP chief Sanjay Singh mentioned that in a nationwide emergency, all events needs to be introduced collectively. (File picture: Facebook)

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The AAP has not been invited to an all-party assembly known as by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the border battle with China, two senior celebration leaders claimed on Friday.

AAP chief Sanjay Singh mentioned the celebration has a authorities in Delhi and in Punjab, it’s the primary opposition celebration, however nonetheless the BJP doesn’t need its opinion.

“A wierd ego-ridden authorities is operating on the Centre. The Aam Aadmi Party has a authorities in Delhi. Punjab has a primary opposition celebration. There are 4 MPs everywhere in the nation, however nonetheless the BJP doesn’t need its opinion on such an necessary matter. What will the prime minister say within the assembly, the entire nation is ready for it,” Singh additionally tweeted.

He additionally mentioned that in a nationwide emergency, all events needs to be introduced collectively.

AAP chief and Delhi minister Gopal Rai mentioned it’s unlucky that the AAP was not invited. “Instead of taking all of the events collectively, the BJP is utilizing mathematical formulation to determine who needs to be invited and who shouldn’t be. It is unlucky,” he mentioned.

It has been learnt that every one recognised nationwide events — these with over 5 MPs within the Lok Sabha, main events from the northeast and events with Union Cabinet ministers — have been invited for the all-party assembly.

The assembly will happen on Friday and it comes towards the backdrop of calls for by the opposition in search of particulars of the violent face-off between Indian and Chinese troops within the Galwan Valley in Ladakh which left 20 Indian Army personnel useless.

Rai mentioned the AAP can even launch nationwide protests towards the Chinese aggression on Saturday and celebration MLAs will stage protests of their respective constituencies.

“In protest towards the assault on Indian troopers by China, Aam Aadmi Party will maintain ‘aakrosh pradarshan’ tomorrow on June 20 at 11:00 am. There might be demonstration in all of the 70 meeting constituencies of Delhi. India won’t stand disrespect of courageous troopers,” Rai mentioned in a tweet.

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