Shri Ram Sena has nothing to do with vandalism in AAP's office: Rajiv Mahajan
Shri Ram Sena has denied any involvement in the vandalisation of Aam Aadmi Party's office in Kaushambi. A group of around 50-60 people attacked AAP's office as a sign of protest against Prashant Bhushan, the party leader, who stated that there should be referendum in Kashmir on Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA). But at the same time over a telecon, Sri Ram Sena Jammu - Kashmir State President, Rajiv Mahajan said, Bhushan knows nothing about Kashmir's situation.
Reacting to Prashant Bhushan ( senior leader of Aam Aadmi Party) commenting on Indian Army's presence in Kashmir, several people reportedly from multiple Hindu outfits attacked the party's office on Wednesday, January 08, 2014. The attackers, who were carrying red flags were violent, threw bricks at the office, hurled abuses, but fortunately, no one was injured in the attack.
While a few media reports named Shri Ram Sena to be party to the vandalism, Mahajan maintains that Shri Ram Sena has in fact been a strong supporter of AAP and Prashant Bhushan's statement does not deter their relationship with AAP. He said, ''We support AAP, they are doing excellent work in Delhi. We are strong supporters of their developmental politics."
He further added, ''I think so Prashant Bhushan has no knowledge about Jammu and Kashmir. People are angry with his statement. If AFSPA will be removed from Jammu and Kashmir, terrorists will walk openly in each and every by-lanes of the state. The situation will be similar to that of 1989, where militancy was at its peak.''
Bringing relief, Arvind Kejriwal, AAP chief came out and stated that it was Bhusan's statement and not AAP's. Mahajan has high hopes from AAP and stated that he has brought in a number of positive changes in Delhi and expects to bring changes all over th country as well.