Ajnala clash: BJP demands arrest of Amritpal Singh, his aides, questions AAP government’s ‘inaction
During a press conference, BJP Punjab vice president Kewal Singh Dhillon expressed concern that Amritpal Singh and his associates used force to capture a police station, creating an environment of fear in Punjab
Amritpal and his followers attacked the Ajnala police station in Amritsar on February 24, demanding the release of an associate who had been arrested in connection with a case involving him and 25 others.
During a press conference here, BJP Punjab vice president Kewal Singh Dhillon expressed concern that Amritpal and his associates used force to capture a police station, creating an environment of fear in Punjab.
He urged the Punjab government to take strict action against them.
Dhillon also questioned why no action has been taken against the accused, despite the DGP’s statement that they had used force to take over the police station and beat up police officers.
Calling for immediate arrest of all individuals involved in the incident by the Punjab government, he said that the actions of the separatists, who carried out their actions under the pretext of Sri Guru Granth Sahib, were a severe affront to the Sikh community. This incident has led to widespread concern and outrage among Sikhs worldwide.
BJP state general secretary Jevan Gupta said that the situation in Punjab has become a major concern as the state’s law and order situation has collapsed with gangsters exerting significant control.