The elections results will soon be out. After the final phase of voting on 7 March, various exit polls have been broadcast by television networks. Amongst them, the government of Yogi Adityanath in Uttar Pradesh is predicted to comfortably return to power. However, in Punjab, it is AAP who will enjoy a comfortable victory in Punjab as per the exit polls.
Given the predictions, you might be assuming that AAP Supremo Arvind Kejriwal is winning Punjab. But, that is not the truth. The one who will gain power in Punjab is Khalistan.
Kejriwal to sweep Punjab, as per the Exit Polls
As per the NDTV report, “A poll of exit polls in Punjab shows the Aam Aadmi Party would win the most seats in the state.”
While ETG Research’s poll depicts that the Aam Aadmi Party will be winning 70-75 seats in the 117-seat assembly, India Today’s poll predicts that Kejriwal’s party will win between 76 and 90 seats.
NewsX-Polstrat poll too predicted that AAP gaining 56-61 seats, while Republic TV is of the opinion that the Kejriwal led party is winning 62-70 seats.
If these exit polls are something to go by, AAP is definitely going to sweep Punjab.
Not Kejriwal, but Khalistan is winning Punjab
But how is Khalistan making a comeback? Punjab elections are seen in alignment with National interest and security. Punjab has witnessed a movement of separatists and had to bear the brunt. There has been enormous bloodshed due to the Khalistani separatists. Punjab needs a strong leader and a government that can flog Khalistani separatists and sympathizers into the ground.
However, there have been certain reports suggesting strong connections of Kejriwal and Khalistan. Moreover, it is Kejriwal who has revived Khalistan to save his sinking future in Punjab.
Earlier as reported by TFI, not one, not two but three old associates, have dropped the bombshell to reveal that Kejriwal has the support of Khalistan. Notably, after the Khalistan row was initiated by Kumar Vishwas, Gul Panag and Alka Lamba have also aligned against Arvind Kejriwal.
AAP and its Khalistani connections
Earlier as reported by TFI, Kejriwal during the canvassing process in Punjab in 2017 had stayed in the house of Khalistan Liberation Front (KLF) activist Gurwinder Singh. It is pertinent to note that Gurwinder is the former chief of KLF. In 2018, former AAP member of Parliament from Patiala, Dharamvir Gandhi in Punjab had openly come out in support of the Khalistan referendum. The fact that AAP revived the Khalistan issue can be gauged by the party’s reaction to the Farmer’s protest which had heavy involvement of Khalistani elements.
During the fake ‘farmer’s protest’, The Delhi government welcomed the ‘protesting farmers’ as their “guests” and made elaborate arrangements for their food, drinking water, as well as their shelter.
Just when it looked like normalcy had returned and Khalistani issue is almost dead in Punjab, political parties like AAP crawled out of their burrow holes, attempting to sow seeds of chaos and anarchy.
Kejriwal wants to become the Prime Minister of Khalistan
Interestingly, Kumar Vishwas – one of the prominent former leaders of AAP recently exposed Kejriwal’s ambitions to become the Prime Minister. However, he does not harbor the dreams of becoming PM of India but Khalistan.
In an interview with ANI on February 16 which was shared by BJP’s IT cell in-charge, Amit Malviya, the poet turned politician can be heard saying that Kejriwal claimed that he would either become Chief Minister of Punjab or will become first Prime Minister of an independent nation (Khalistan).
Given the above facts, it is quite evident that Arvind Kejriwal’s love affair with Khalistan will lead Punjab to witness a new wave of separatism.