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Anti-CAB protests: Delhi Deputy CM and other AAP leaders accuse Delhi Police of setting buses on fire at behest of BJP

Along with Sisodia, other AAP members were also busy spreading allegations that Delhi Police facilitated setting buses ablaze.

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and other Aam Aadmi Party leaders and supporters have cast aspersions that Delhi Police and not the unruly mob protesting against the CAB set the buses on fire in the national capital.

Taking to Twitter Sisodia said that fearing defeat in upcoming Delhi state assembly elections, BJP is setting Delhi on fire. He said that AAP is against violence of any form and this is dirty politics by the BJP. In the video he shared he is alleging that under the watchful eyes of the Delhi Police the buses were set on fire.

However, if one looks closely, the police is actually helping the firefighters trying to control the fire. He even shared images with red circles to prove a point that the firefighter was actually setting the bus ablaze.

Sisodia’s allegations come minutes after it was reported that AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan was part of the mob that turned violent. Defying all logic, while Khan has vehemently denied leading the mob, he even blamed the BJP for accusing him of being part of violent protests where he is actually participating.

Read: Delhi: ‘Hinduon se Azadi’ slogans raised at Jamia Nagar where anti-CAB protesters set buses on fire

Along with Sisodia, other AAP members were also busy spreading allegations that Delhi Police facilitated setting buses ablaze. AAP IT Cell head even extended support to allegations that BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi and others got people to distribute petrol so that the buses can be set on fire.

AAP supporters masquerading as ‘standup comedians’ ‘Aisi Taisi Democracy’ first tried to justify the burning of buses by saying how those who are ‘setting the country on fire’ are questioning those who are ‘setting buses on fire’. After the twisted logic and justification, they claimed that it is Delhi Police, which is part of Home Ministry under Amit Shah, is actually setting the buses on fire.

After sowing the seed, they deleted the tweet but not before the AAP leaders and supporters lapped it up.

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