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'Attempt to disturb the peace of country,' says Captain Amarinder as he sees Khalistan flags outside the assembly
'Attempt to disturb the peace of country,' says Captain Amarinder as he sees Khalistan flags outside the assembly

In Himachal Pradesh, black flags of Khalistan have been seen at the main entrance of The Assembly Sidhbari at Tapovan in Dharamsala this morning. Let you all know that these flags were found to be tied to the wall and main gate of the assembly. In such a situation, after this case came to light, all the political parties are commenting on it. Now, in the meantime, Captain Amarinder Singh has made a statement condemning it. He said, "This is trying to disturb the peace of the country.''

Capt. Amarinder Singh tweeted, "The act of putting up Khalistan flags at the gate of the Himachal Pradesh Assembly is strongly condemned. This is the act of the marginalised elements trying to disturb the peace and brotherhood of our country which will not be tolerated. At the same time, he tagged the CM's Office of Himachal Pradesh and urged that strict action should be taken against the culprits.''

Earlier, poet and former Aam Aadmi Party leader Kumar Vishwas tweeted while sharing the clip of ABP News and said, "Let the country remember my warning. At the time of Punjab, he had said, "He now has an eye on this other state. I've warned before, and then I'm saying it. In fact, during the Punjab elections, Kumar Vishwas had openly said about Arvind Kejriwal, "This wants to create a separate Khalistan country. On the other hand, now after the incident came to light in Himachal, Kumar Vishwas has targeted the Aam Aadmi Party and Arvind Kejriwal without taking names.''

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