The latest statement made by Succha Singh Chhotepur stating that AAP is not supporting Khalistan revealed the dubious character of AAP leader. It seems the “Aam Aadmi Party” convenor of Punjab, Succha Singh Chhotepur these days busy in taking classes of how to back track from the given statements by his party’s supremo, Arvind Kejriwal.
Chhotepur was the first AAP leader from Punjab who had given statements to the media that AAP supports “Sarbat Khalsa” congregation. It meansChhotepur was acting on the given directions of his big boss, the Chief Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal.
In November 2015, when the congregation of “Sarbat Khalsa” was held theAAP convenor of Punjab had supported the congregation from the core of his heart. The news reports published indifferent newspapers had mentioned the statements of AAP convenor of Punjab.
Chhotepur statements in November 2015
“AAP totally supports the calling of the ‘Sarbat Khalsa’ which is a clear example of the angst amongst the people. We wholeheartedly support the Sarbat Khalsa congregation and it was fair too. Moreover, the resolutions passed by the organisors of Sarbat Khalsa are acceptable.”
Former AAP leaders lambasted at AAP Central leadership at that time
Even the ousted leaders of AAP had raised questions on AAP stance onSarbat Khalsa at that time. The members of Swaraj Abhiyan, Punjab, led by Yogendra Yadav had sought clarification from AAP central leadership regarding their position on the statement of Punjab convener Sucha Singh Chottepur, who supported all the resolutions adopted at the Sarbat Khalsa in Chabba village.
Swaraj Abhiyan leaders said that Chottepur’s stance puts a questions mark on AAP ideology as Simranjit Singh Mann has openly admitted that this was a separatist event.
Chhotepur took U turn on Sarbat Khalsa issue
When the matter of the posters of Kejriwal with Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale heated up in the political circles, Chhotepur backtrackedfrom his statement. He told that neither he supported the Sarbat Khalsa and nor he in the support of Khalistan ideology. The Punjab AAP convenorarticulately he changed his statement like his master. On one hand, he supported the Khalistan and on another hand, he said he is not associated with Khalistan and Sarbat Khalsa.