Amritpal Singh case: Kumar Vishwas Issues Major Statement, Says- 'Warned a year ago'

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A Warning was issued about this a year ago: Kumar Vishwas

Kumar Vishwas

New Delhi: Poet and Politician Kumar Vishwas on Friday (March 23) issued a major statement in connection with the Amritpal Singh case in Punjab. Kumar Vishwas took to Twitter and wrote that all this is not happening suddenly. A warning was issued about this a year ago but then the country made mockery of it.

Kumar Vishwas tweeted (In Hindi) (Roughly Translated), "Attack on Indians, Indian institutions and temples all over the world, openly calling Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh a traitor on the day of his martyrdom. All this is not happening suddenly. I had warned a year ago, but the country made fun of it. The danger is great, the political parties will not be able to catch the plan of Delhi's dwarf. Unfortunate."

Kumar Vishwas has also shared a video clip in this regard. In this video, a fanatical is calling Shaheed-e-Azam Bhagat Singh a traitor. He is saying that Bhagat Singh proved the Sikh community to be terrorists. 

It is worth mentioning here that a few days before the Punjab assembly elections, former AAP leader and poet Kumar Vishwas made allegations against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. He had said that Arvind Kejriwal can go to any extent for power. Kumar had claimed that Kejriwal used to tell him about his plans when he was with him. According to Kumar Vishwas, one day Kejriwal told him, "I will either become the Chief Minister of Punjab or the first Prime Minister of an independent country."