Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today accused the station incharge of Gauriganj police station of "working for Congress and BJP" and demanded the Election Commission to remove him.
AAP leader and former Delhi Law Minister Somnath Bharti, while talking to reporters here, alleged that station incharge of Gauriganj Ratan Singh was working for Congress and BJP "and fair election was not possible while he was posted there." He said that a letter demanding Singh's removal has been sent to the EC.
Bharti alleged that BJP and Congress were hatching conspiracy to dent the image of AAP.
Speaking about AAP leader Shazia Ilmi, asking Muslims to be communal in this election, he said that there was no wrong intention in her statement, "only wrong word was used".
Bharti alleged that BJP failed to play the role of strong opposition and this was the reason Congress succeeded in ruining the country.
He said in Lok Sabha election the people of the country would reject Congress and BJP and elect AAP.