The father of Kapil Gurjar, who shot in Shaheen Bagh, stated – My son PM Modi and Amit Shah's & # 039; servant & # 039;

by Jeremy Spirogis
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The father of Kapil Gurjar, who opened hearth within the ongoing protest towards the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in Delhi's Shaheen Bagh, sparked a brand new controversy on Wednesday when he claimed that his son Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah's' Is 'supporter'. However, just a few hours in the past, he claimed that he or his son had "nothing to do with politics".

Police claimed this on Tuesday

On Tuesday night, police had stated that 25-year-old Kapil Gurjar, who shot in Shaheen Bagh, has confessed to be a member of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). <! –

                 The police had additionally launched images, which they stated they’ve met by means of Kapil's telephone and from which he proves to be a member of AAP. In the images, Kapil was seen sporting the get together cap together with AAP leaders like Atishi and Sanjay Singh.

What did Kapil's father say on the police's declare

On Wednesday morning, Kapil's father and brother denied any reference to the ruling AAP in Delhi. Kapil's father Gaje Singh had stated, 'Neither my nor my household has something to do with you … They (final yr) got here to marketing campaign for the Lok Sabha elections and all wore AAP cap and simply , That's the image. '

Now what did Kapil's father say today

But after just a few hours, he spoke in another way. Gaje Singh from information company ANI stated, "My son is a supporter of Modi … He has been a follower of Modi and Amit Shah." According to Gaje Singh, Kapil has nothing to do with politics, however he was 'upset in regards to the street being blocked in Shaheen Bagh as he used to take 4 hours as a substitute of an hour to go to his job'. Gaje Singh indicated that his son's views are right-wing and nationalist. He stated, "My son always talks about Hindustan and Hindutva."

Elections are to be held on 70 seats in Delhi on 8 February

Just three days earlier than the polling for the Delhi Assembly elections on Saturday (8 February), a spherical of accusations between AAP and the BJP has intensified with the police assertion referring to Kapil Gurjar. AAP's Sanjay Singh accused the police of appearing on the orders of Home Minister Amit Shah. At the identical time, BJP claimed that the proof proves their declare that AAP and its chief are behind these protests.

After the brand new declare of Kapil Gurjar's father, CM Kejriwal once more attacked BJP

The AAP chief and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who accused Home Minister Amit Shah of 'frivolous conspiracy', once more attacked the BJP after the brand new declare of Kapil Gurjar's father. He stated, 'BJP is doing soiled politics with Delhi's legislation and order and safety of the nation. Making false allegations towards you two days earlier than the election is soiled politics. Now the reality has been revealed '. The BJP and the police haven’t commented on it to date.

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