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Now, Amanatullah supporters, AAP workers march towards Saket Court

After holding protest at Jamia Nagar Police Station in the morning and then moving towards Shaheen Bagh-Sarita Vihar Road, just now Okhla MLA Amanatullah Khan’s supporters and AAP workers have marched towards Saket Court on a bus.

It is understood that he is to be presented in the Saket Court. It was on Sunday morning when the Okhla AAP MLA Amanatullah Khan was picked up from his Batla House’s residence and arrested for allegedely threatening a Jasola-based woman, an allegation that has been refuted by the MLA and AAP party in a press conference called on Saturday where they party even released a video clip purportedly sending a message that it was a conspiracy against the MLA.

Congress women’s wing president Shobha Oza on said: “We have seen time and again that the elected representatives of the AAP have misbehaved with women, recently one of their foot soldier committed suicide. And we have seen the other MLAs also misbehaving. The AAP claims of high moral grounds, but they stand expose today. It is condemnable.”

Also, she said people of Delhi are suffering due to the blame game between the AAP and BJP. “If someone is affected by the fights between Kejriwal and Prime Minister Narendra Modi then it is the people of Delhi. It is the people who are suffering, the people who gave vote to Kejriwal ji and Modi ji in the hope that their problems will be looked upon,” she added.

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