Jail's locks will be broken: Sanjay Singh addresses party workers; Here's what he said after release from jail | WATCH

AAP MP Sanjay Singh stated that Arvind Kejriwal will not resign and will work for the two crore people of Delhi.

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Aam Aadmi Party's Rajya Sabha MP, Sanjay Singh, didn't mince words as he criticized the Narendra Modi-led government shortly after his release from jail in the Delhi liquor case. Speaking at the Aam Aadmi Party headquarters on Wednesday night, Singh accused the government of attempting to dismantle the party, which he described as born out of a movement.

Addressing party workers, Singh highlighted the challenges faced by the Aam Aadmi Party and its leader, Arvind Kejriwal, emphasizing that the party would not succumb to pressure. Despite his recent incarceration, Singh reaffirmed Kejriwal's commitment to serving the people of Delhi and vowed to stand by him.

Sanjay Singh, an AAP MP, states: "Everyone, including Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia, will emerge completely honest, and the jail's locks will be broken." 

Furthermore, he added that Atishi, Saurabh, and Arvind Kejriwal all said that we hadn't engaged in any alcohol scams. BJP stated that since they were involved in the liquor scandal. They accepted a bribe of Rs 55 crore from Sharad Reddy. He placed a pin on the Rs 55 crore deck, and the BJP crowned him king.

Singh expressed concern over what he perceives as a growing dictatorship within the country, stating, "I was imprisoned for six months, and throughout this ordeal, every AAP worker and leader stood steadfastly with Arvind Kejriwal."

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Asserting the party's stance on corruption, Singh declared that no corrupt individual would be spared, and the party would continue to uphold its values. He criticized the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), citing the example of Himanta Biswa Sarma in Assam, alleging that despite corruption allegations, BJP workers supported him, even as Prime Minister Modi publicly embraced him.