AAP MP Raghav Chadha Gets Legal Notice Over His ‘Gundon-Lafango Ki Party’ Remark Against BJP

Ashok Sareen, the vice president of BJP Yuva Morcha has sent a legal notice to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and Rajyasabha MP Raghav Chadha, demanding a written apology from him to BJP for his comments during a press conference recently. He had called BJP ‘Goondon-Lafango ki party’ (party of goons and hooligans) during a press conference.

BJYM vice president Ashok Sareen has demanded a written apology from Chadha within three days, and if he fails, a civil and criminal complaint will be filed against him.

The legal notice sent to AAP Rajyasabha MP Chadha, says:

“You have falsely and maliciously lowered the reputation and created ill will against the Bhartiya Janta Party in the minds of the people of society. The utterances on your part are derogatory, defamatory and tantamount to the character assassination of the entire BJP”.

Raghav Chadha’s remarks were in response to Delhi BJP chief Adesh Gupta felicitating eight BJYM members who were arrested for vandalising the property outside Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s residence.

Addressing a press conference on Saturday, The AAP leader said that 

“The people of the country need to decide whether they want to see their country going on the path of progress and development with the ‘Kejriwal’s politics of schools’, or going down with the ‘BJP’s politics of hooliganism’, said the AAP MP Chadha while addressing a press conference on Saturday.

Delhi CM Kejriwal tweeted on the same matter:

“If someone commits hooliganism in America, he goes to jail, In India, he goes to their party. 

If someone harasses a girl in Europe, he goes to jail. In India, he goes to their party.

They will never make good schools. They need lakhs of illiterate people, unemployed people, goons, and vandals for their politics”.

CM Kejriwal tweeted in Hindi, slamming the BJP. 

While Deputy CM Manish Sisodia and AAP spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj also held separate PCs against the BJP on the same issue.

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