AHMEDABAD: On Monday (November 28) in Gujarat's Surat, there was news of stone pelting during Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's 'roadshow'. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) supremo Kejriwal himself had also claimed that stones were pelted during his roadshow. However, the Surat police have denied the incident of stone pelting, denying Kejriwal's claim. Police say that no stone was thrown during CM Kejriwal's rally and the rally passed peacefully.
According to reports, DCP (Zone-3) Pinakin Parmar has told that complete arrangements were made by Surat Police for CM Arvind Kejriwal. This rally was taken out from Bapa Sitaram Chowk to Sai Baba Mandir in the Katargam area for a distance of 4 km. Kejriwal was given Z+ security cover for the four-kilometer roadshow. Along with this, he was also provided security of CAPF. The rally ended peacefully.
The DCP further said that the police had received information about stone pelting at his rally, but it was just a rumor. No such incident has happened. Although there was an argument with the workers of the other party during the roadshow, the police controlled the situation and got the roadshow completed peacefully. Let us tell you that AAP supremo Kejriwal had claimed that their (referring to the BJP) supporters had thrown stones at the rally when they were proceeding. Kejriwal had said, 'I think if they had done any work in the last 27 years, they would not have needed to throw stones. I want to tell them that only Kejriwal will waive electricity bills, educate your children and give you flowers instead of stones.'
Kejriwal had also said that he has not come here to commit hooliganism but to build a good society. The AAP supremo had said that 'AAP' is a party of the Gentry, patriots, and honest people. I am an educated person and will build a school for you.' Let us tell you that voting will be held in two phases on 1 and 5 December for 182 assembly seats in Gujarat and the results will be declared on 8 December.