“Kill me but you can’t steal the gift of the Ram temple”: AAP leader Sanjay Singh alleges attack by BJP supporters

Aam Aadmi Party leader Sanjay Singh has claimed that his house was attacked by BJP supporters on Tuesday afternoon because ‘he exposed the truth of Ayodhya Land Deal’.

New Delhi: Aam Aadmi party leader Sanjay Singh claimed on Tuesday his residence had been attacked by BJP supporters and some even threw white ink on his door and nameplate. The AAP chief shared a video in which he can be heard saying that BJP supporters attempted to harm him, but he will expose them for Ram Temple’s property row.

Sanjay Singh even said that even if people tried to assassinate him, he would not stop exposing people who try to steal the Ram Temple donation made in the name of Lord Ram’s name. He said he is fighting for the truth and will continue to do the same and that he is not afraid of anyone.

The AAP leader tweeted in Hindi: “My house has been attacked. Open your ears and listen carefully to the BJP supporters, no matter how much you hooliganism, I will not allow donations to be stolen for it. temple built in the name of Lord Shri Ram. May I be killed for it. “

What are Sanjay Singh’s allegations on the Ayodhya Land case?

The Samajwadi Party (SP) and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) alleged corruption in the acquisition of the land by the Ram Mandir Trust in March of this year and a controversy has erupted over it.

The Samajwadi party and the AAP held two separate press conferences on Sunday, alleging that the land was bought by the Ram Mandir trust at an inflated price.

SP chief and former minister Pawan Pandey and AAP member Rajya Sabha Sanjay Singh demanded an investigation from the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and the Enforcement Directorate (ED) alleging that a plot of Rs 2 crore worth had been purchased for Rs 18.5 crore.

The SP chief asked, “How did the value of this land go from Rs 2 crore to Rs 18.5 crore in five minutes.” “

Reiterating the same allegation, Sanjay Singh called it a money laundering case. “Champat Rai, the general secretary of the trust, with the help of member Anil Mishra, bought the land. This is a money laundering case, and the government should have it investigated by the ED and the CBI, ”Sanjay Singh told Lucknow.

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