- Congress’s Alka Lamba attempted to slap AAP employee at Delhi’s Majnu Ka Tilla
- Video displays Ms Lamba lunging with proper hand raised prime to slap him
- Ms Lamba is a former AAP MLA, she joined Congress remaining October
A struggle between Congress and Aam Aadmi Birthday celebration employees broke out outside a polling booth in north Delhi’s Majnu Ka Tilla lately after the Congress’s Alka Lamba attempted to slap an AAP employee.
In a cellular video, a person who reportedly belongs to the celebration led via Arvind Kejriwal is heard shouting at Ms Lamba, who abruptly lunges along with her proper hand raised prime to slap him. The person strikes again and Ms Lamba misses her goal.
Inside of seconds, the person is escorted away via a hoop of policemen. Then again, Congress employees chase and encompass the policemen. Ms Lamba and a few Congress employees are observed attempting frantically to succeed in the person, who remains to be shielded via the policemen.
Ms Lamba, a former MLA of the Aam Aadmi Birthday celebration or AAP from Chandni Chowk, fell out from the celebration after disagreements with Mr Kejriwal on celebration issues amassed to some extent that they needed to pass separate tactics.
She joined the Congress in October remaining yr. Ms Lamba labored with the Congress for 20 years sooner than she surrender the celebration and joined the AAP. She gained the Delhi election in 2015 from Chandni Chowk.
On September 19, Ms Lamba was once disqualified from the Delhi meeting via Speaker Ram Niwas Goel for defection.
Over 1.47 crore citizens face the number of re-electing the AAP or changing it with the BJP or the Congress. The polling marks the tip of a sour face-off that noticed exceptionally coarse language and communally-charged assaults.
Tight safety preparations are in position around the nationwide capital with further vigil in south-east Delhi’s Shaheen Bagh, the place a protest towards the Citizenship (Modification) Act is occurring, and different delicate spaces.
The Congress, which dominated Delhi for 15 years sooner than being decimated via the AAP, has led a quite lacklustre marketing campaign. The celebration’s best leaders Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra have slightly campaigned for its applicants.
Within the 2015 meeting polls, the AAP had gained 54.three according to cent of the vote, whilst the BJP were given 32 according to cent and the Congress controlled simply 9.6 according to cent. Whilst the AAP gained 67 seats in 2015, since then the celebration has conceded one seat to the BJP in a bypoll and 6 of its lawmakers had been disqualified over becoming a member of different events.
The result of the Delhi election can be out on Tuesday.