Uday Jakhar, son of Aam Aadmi Party Lok Sabha candidate from West Delhi Balbir Jakhar, has made a public appeal to voters not to vote for his father.
He’s Uday Jakhar, son of Balbir Singh Jakhar who is contenting Lok Sabha elections from Delhi on AAP’s ticket.
His father paid 6 crores to buy that ticket from Kejriwal and he has a message for you all. pic.twitter.com/shA9qKSn56
— Madhur चौकीदार (@ThePlacardGuy) May 12, 2019
He made the appeal by holding placards with “AAP destroyed by family but I don’t care, just don’t vote for my father” written on them. Levelling shocking allegations on his father and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, yesterday he had said that his father paid an amount of Rs 6 crore to the AAP Chief in exchange for the Lok Sabha ticket. He had told that his father who is a lawyer, had assured that he would bail out 1984 anti-Sikh riots accused Sajjan Kumar.
Uday Jakhar said that he had warned his father against joining the so-called tukde tukde gang but he did not listen. However, his allegations were denied by his father who said that he did not have any discussion about his candidature with his son. The AAP candidate alleged a conspiracy by political parties. “I condemn the allegations. I have never discussed with my son anything about my candidature. I speak to him very rarely. He stays at his mother’ house from the time of his birth and I divorced my wife in 2009. She stayed with me for only six-seven months. His custody was granted to my wife after the divorce”, said Balbir Singh.