Nabha jailbreak: Arvind Kejriwal demands Sukhbir Badal's resignation

Arwind Kejriwal asked the home minister to take responsibility and resign not just for jail break but also the death of a girl.

IANS November 27, 2016 17:46:16 IST
Nabha jailbreak: Arvind Kejriwal demands Sukhbir Badal's resignation

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday demanded the resignation of Punjab Home Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal after two Khalistani terrorists fled from a jail in the state.

"Punjab Home Minister should immediately resign taking responsibility of jail break and the later killing of an innocent girl by Punjab Police," the Aam Aadmi Party leader tweeted.

"This shows complete breakdown of law and order in Punjab," Kejriwal added.

Sukhbir Badal is also the Deputy Chief Minister and son of Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal.

In a sensational jailbreak, armed men on Sunday attacked the maximum security Nabha prison and escaped with two terrorists including Khalistan Liberation Force leader Harminder Singh Mintoo.

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