Kumar Vishwas gets Y category security with CRPF cover

The Central Government has given former AAP leader and poet Kumar Vishwas Y category security with CRPF cover.

Kumar Vishwas gets Y category security with CRPF cover
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New Delhi: The Central Government has given former AAP leader and poet Kumar Vishwas Y category security with CRPF cover.


This comes days after Kumar Vishwas claimed that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal once told him that he wants be the first Prime Minister of an independent nation. "One day, he told me he would either become Chief Minister (of Punjab) or first Prime Minister of an independent nation (Khalistan)," Kumar Vishwas told ANI.


Soon after Kumar Vishwas' claim, Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi had demanded an inquiry into the matter. 


Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday assured Channi that the Centre has taken the matter of the alleged links between the banned organisation 'Sikhs for Justice' and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) seriously and he would personally ensure that the matter is looked into in detail.


The Punjab Chief Minister had written to Shah alleging that the banned organization Sikhs for Justice is in touch with AAP. The Union Home Minister said Punjab Chief Minister had requested an investigation against the Aam Aadmi Party taking the help of banned separatist organization Sikhs For Justice (SFJ) for Punjab Assembly polls.


"A political party maintaining a connection with a banned, anti-national and separatist organization and seeking help in elections is a serious concern for national security. This kind of agenda is in accordance with agenda of the country's enemies. It is condemnable that these people are joining hands with separatists and working towards threatening Punjab as well as nations' security in the greed of power," Shah said in his letter to the Punjab Chief Minister.


The Union Home Minister assured the Punjab Chief Minister that the central government took cognizance of the matter and will not allow anyone to threaten the country's unity and integrity. "I personally will ensure that the matter is looked into in detail," said Shah.


This comes ahead of the voting for the Assembly election in Punjab slated for Sunday (February 20). The counting of votes will take place on March 10. 


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