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Punjab cops reach Kumar Vishwas’ residence, latter warns CM Mann, alerts him on ‘Delhi connection’

Punjab police visited Vishwas residence for probing a case against him under the IT Act. Vishwas, a former aide of Arvind Kejriwal, was charged with doctoring a video for defaming the latter during Punjab polls.

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New Delhi: Former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Kumar Vishwas on Wednesday tweeted pictures of Punjab police reaching his residence and issued a warning of sorts for the Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann.

Taking to Twitter, Kumar Vishwas took a direct hit at AAP’s Delhi leadership and alerted Punjab CM about the ‘Delhi connection’.

Mounting a scathing attack, Vishwas asserted that AAP’s ‘high command’ in Delhi will left Bhagwant Mann in the lurch and won’t hesitate in betraying him as well as the people of Punjab.

“I am warning you that the man sitting in Delhi, whom you are allowing to play with the power, will one day betray you and Punjab also. The country will remember my warning,” he tweeted.

While slamming Bhagwant Mann govt over police action, Vishwas also went on to says that it was he who inducted him in the party and now he is being ‘targeted’ for vested interests.

Punjab police visited Vishwas residence for probing a case against him under the IT Act. Vishwas, a former aide of Arvind Kejriwal, was charged with doctoring a video for defaming the latter during Punjab polls.

In the run-up to Punjab Assembly elections, a video of Kumar Vishwas had created a furore in political circles. In the video that was shared by BJP, Vishwas was heard saying, ‘Kejriwal told him that he will either be Punjab CM or PM of Khalistan’.

The video sparked off series of political bickering. AAP accused BJP of engaging in political mudslinging while the saffron party went all guns blazing at Kejriwal and company for alleged attempts to destabilise the border state.

While Vishwas objected to police party visit, it also drew reactions from AAP. Naresh Balyan took a swipe at him and asked ‘why are you scared?’

“Before elections, you made allegations without any basis. Now, give evidence to Punjab Police,” he tweeted.

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