WATCH | After Stung Khalistan Terror Support Group Talks About AAP Funding, Manish Sisodia Abuses Republic TV On Being Asked A Question

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 Gurcharan Singh, member of the once banned Dal Khalsa, alleged  that Dal Khalsa backed the A

Written By Shatabdi Chowdhury | Mumbai | Updated On:

In a mega global exclusive, Republic has unmasked the front for Khalistan groups, whose members have been caught on camera admitting their ‘Break India’ movement. A sting operation conducted Republic TV's Shawan Sen in Britain has brought out some shocking facts, which has gone onto reveal how breaking India is at the core for these Khalistan groups. One of the several sensational claims was made by Gurcharan Singh, member of the once banned Dal Khalsa, who alleged  that Dal Khalsa backed the Aam Aadmi Party in the Punjab Assembly Elections 2017.

Even though Republic TV isn’t taking the claim made by Gurcharan Singh at face value, the claims deserve to be investigated.

When Republic TV’s Piyush Mishra asked AAP leader and Delhi deputy CM Manish Sisodia for his reaction, the latter refused to comment on the sting, instead abused Mishra and blocked Republic.

"Listen, you and your channel can never understand education, so please don't talk. We don't do 'dalali' like your channel. We are unhappy with 'dalal' channels like you," said Manish Sisodia.

Even as Republic TV’s reporter repeatedly asked Sisodia for a comment on the claims of Gurcharan Singh or at least a condemnation of the fronts for Khalistani terror, the Delhi Deputy CM dodged all the questions and walked off, while his men blocked Republic TV.

In Republic TV's sting, Gurcharan Singh was caught on camera claiming that Dal Khalsa backed the Aam Aadmi Party in the Punjab Assembly Elections 2017. Singh also alleged that the campaigning wasn't about AAP but it was just to upset the political forces in Punjab.

“Look at Punjab. AAP won the elections. They won 95 seats. We were on the ground. Campaigning for the party. We funded the party to see what a campaign makes a difference. And it does make a difference. People voted for AAP. They did not win because of the EVM,” said Gurcharan Singh.

When Singh was told that AAP didn't win the Punjab elections, he said that the campaigning wasn’t about AAP, it was “To counter, to upset the political forces in Punjab. And, see how it happens.”

The Aam Aadmi Party finished second in the Punjab Assembly elections 2017, way behind the Congress, which later formed government in the state with Captain Amarinder Singh as the Chief Minister.

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