BJP leader Tejinder Pal Singh Bagga challenged AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal Soon after he was released by the Punjab Police and returned to Delhi. He said he was ready to fight the legal battle further. He said, 'I challenge Kejriwal that if he feels that we will stop asking questions and stop raising our voices. I will fight this battle. I will not stop. I will keep asking questions to Arvind Kejriwal.”
In a case registered against Bagga in Mohali, the BJP leader was arrested by the Punjab Police from Delhi. In a dramatic development, a team of Delhi Police took the protection of Bagga in Kurukshetra, Haryana. TheY brought them back to Delhi with them. Bagga's father had lodged a complaint in this regard. After the kidnapping case was registered in Delhi, Haryana Police stopped the convoy of Punjab Police carrying Baggage in Kurukshetra.
Delhi BJP president Adesh Gupta, who called Bagga's ghar wapsi "ghar wapsi", accused Arvind Kejriwal of misusing the Punjab Police to arrest Bagga on false charges. “Kejriwal misused the Punjab Police. Bagga has not committed any crime.
Tajinder Singh Bagga said that he has received threats from Punjab Police. He has been told that if he stops talking about Kashmir files, the case will be withdrawn. He said, 'Those who believe that they can do anything with the help of police, then I would like to tell them that a BJP worker will not be afraid of anyone. I thank Haryana, Delhi Police and all BJP workers for supporting me.
Bagga said that the Delhi Police has registered an FIR. Those concerned will be punished. At the same time, Delhi BJP President Adesh Gupta was also present on the occasion. He said that this is the victory of truth, victory of democracy and victory of justice. Every BJP worker will continue to fight for justice. We are not afraid of anyone. We will take to the streets against injustice.