BJP MP Gautam Gambhir Questions Arvind Kejriwal's Silence On Tahir Hussain

Publish On: 27 Feb, 2020 04:49 PM | Updated   |   Harshita  

NEW DELHI: Bhartiya Janta Party's MP Gautam Gambhir has called out Delhi's Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for his silence over the allegations on his AAP councilor Tahir Hussain. He termed his silence "deafening" and said that no one would be able to forgive Hussain if the blames are found to be true. 

In a tweet in Hindi, Gambhir expressed his anger over the Hussain's alleged cruel deeds of killing an Intelligence Bureau officer and then dumping his corpse in a dump yard, throwing petrol bombs and housing rioters at home. He wrote, "Throwing corpse of IB jawan Ankit Sharma in the drain after killing him, sheltering rioters at home and throwing petrol bombs! Such allegations are being labelled on a representative! If this proves to be true, neither public, the law or God will forgive you."

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Further, the former Indian cricket player also slammed the Delhi CM and wrote, "Arvind Kejriwal, your silence is deafening."

The family of the martyred IB officer Ankit Sharma claims that Tahir Hussain and his men are involved in the killing. In his statement, Sharma's brother called Hussain a traitor and said, "Tahir Hussain the AAP councilor is behind the murder of my brother. Anti-CAA protestors took my brother and three others to the building which belongs to Tahir Hussain. Ankit was brutally killed by a mob in Chand Bagh. Tahir Hussain is a traitor. He had called over many goons at his place from outside."

Several videos have also gone viral where a person who looks like the AAP representative Tahir Hussain is seen with a stick and Ankit's dead body was thrown in a neighboring channel from Hussain's house. After that, the BJP including Kapil Mishra has been slamming the Aam Aadmi Party. 

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The northeast part of the national capital is burning as the anti and pro-CAA people are clashing. The death toll has risen to 34 which includes a senior Delhi constable and an IB staffer.