Centre to seriously look into allegations of AAP`s links with 'SFJ', Amit Shah assures Punjab CMtext_fields
New Delhi: Union home minister Amit Shah on Friday wrote to Punjab chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi assuring that the government is looking into the allegations of 'separatism' levelled against Delhi chief minister Aravind Kejriwal seriously.
The home ministry's reply to Punjab chief minister, comes following the latter's letter who had sought an inquiry into another letter purportedly written by the separatist Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) urging Punjabis to support AAP in the elections.
The home minister assured Channi that nobody would be allowed to play with the integrity and harmony of the country.
"The government of India has taken the matter very seriously and I myself will look into the matter deeply," Mr Shah wrote.
Mr Shah also said it is highly condemnable that to grab power some people go to the extent of joining hands with the separatists and also go to the limits of breaking Punjab and the country.
The AAP chief, however, has said he sees the bonhomie between the two political opponents as little more than a "comedy".
"I have learnt the central government called up Mr Channi to write the letter last evening and demand an investigation. Over the next two days, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) will register an FIR against me," Arvind Kejriwal said.
"I welcome all FIRs. But if this is how the central government deals with the security of the country, then I am quite worried about it... they have made national security a comedy. No agency found anything on me even after all these raids and one day the PM realises what a huge risk I am after a poet reads out a poem," he said.
"I must be the sweetest terrorist in the world who makes hospitals and schools for people, sponsors pilgrimage trips for the old. I don't believe the world has seen such a terrorist yet who has roads made, fixes water problems, gives free electricity and solves people's issues," he added.