New Delhi, Jan 22: Amid the ongoing, Congress-AAP face-off, AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal has once again criticised Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, saying that Channi will face defeat from his Chamkaur Sahib seat in the next month's state assembly polls as he cited some survey to corroborate his claim.
It should be noted that Kejriwal has been attacking Channi ever since the ED carried out raids at many places, including at the premises of Channi's nephew. Kejriwal had called Channi a "dishonest man" saying Channi is not a common man but a "dishonest man" as he sought to corner the Congress leader over the ED raids.
In the latest attack, the Delhi Chief Minister further said that "people are shocked" to see the seizure of crores of rupees from Channi's nephew during the recent Enforcement Directorate raids. "Our survey is showing that Channi Ji is losing from Chamkaur Sahib. People are shocked to see on TV the ED officers counting bundles of notes," said Kejriwal in a tweet.
Yesterday Channi informed that he will file a defamation case against Arvind Kejriwal after the latter called him "dishonest". Charanjit Channi will fight the February 20 state assembly polls from the Chamkaur Sahib seat.