AAP workers wearing saffron clothes waved swords at mosque as part of conspiracy, rebel party leader alleges

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) rebel leader Kapil Mishra, who has been taking on Delhi Chief Minister and exposing his fallacies, has claimed that Aam Aadmi Party workers conspired to spread communal violence during the Ram Navami celebrations in Delhi.

Earlier in April, AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan had suggested a proposal against Ram Navami celebrations where Khan alleged that in the guise of celebrations, there was an attempt to instigate communal violence.

Today, Kapil Mishra posted an explosive video claiming that those miscreants who were wearing saffron scarves and waving swords outside the mosque near the residence of Vidhan Sabha speaker Ram Nivas Goel were AAP volunteers.

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In the shocking video, men wearing saffron robes and scarves are seen dancing and waving swords outside the mosque. However, on close inspection of the people present in the video, it has come to light that these men shouting ‘Jai Shree Ram’ are allegedly Aam Aadmi Party workers, who are allegedly close to AAP leaders including Gopal Rai, Sanjay Singh as well as Ram Nivas Goel, the Vidhan Sabha speaker.

Mishra alleges that this is a conspiracy to create communal tension between Hindus and Muslims in Delhi and to discredit Ram Navami festival. Appealing to the public to unite against the divisive politics played by Arvind Kejriwal and his team.

This is not the first time such speculations of attempting to create a communal divide by vested forces have come to the fore. Earlier, we had reported how social media was abuzz with theories that a same person was Rajput Karni Sena activist during the anti-Padmaavat protests and a Dalit rights activist during the recent Bharat Bandh call.

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