AAP MP Sanjay Singh Delivers Fiery Speech After Bail Release


Sanjay Singh, a Member of Parliament from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), made a passionate address after being granted bail and released from Tihar jail. Singh, who spent six months in custody, criticized the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for what he termed as “widespread tyranny in the country.” He emphasized the need to confront the BJP’s actions.

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Singh, who was granted bail by the Supreme Court in connection with the Delhi excise policy case, accused the BJP of harboring corrupt leaders from various regions of the country. Despite the challenges, he affirmed that Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi’s Chief Minister arrested by the Enforcement Directorate in a money laundering case related to the excise policy, would not step down and would continue serving the people of Delhi.

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Upon his release, Singh, dressed in a white kurta-pajama with a brown jacket, was welcomed by enthusiastic AAP supporters. Addressing the gathering, he highlighted several key points:

  1. Criticized BJP’s stance on Kejriwal’s resignation and their opposition to AAP’s welfare initiatives.
  2. Called for action against what he described as “widespread tyranny” in the country.
  3. Expressed solidarity with Kejriwal and other AAP leaders, emphasizing their commitment to serving Delhi’s population.
  4. Asserted that AAP would not succumb to intimidation and threats from the government.
  5. Expressed confidence in the eventual release of all incarcerated AAP leaders.
  6. Urged for continued struggle and hard work to defeat the “dictatorial government” in upcoming elections.
  7. Highlighted the emotional toll on Kejriwal’s family and vowed that the people of Delhi would respond to BJP’s actions.

The speech reflects the determination and resolve of AAP’s leadership despite facing legal challenges and opposition.

Data Source: hindustantimes

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