AAP supremo arrives at Dharamshala on ten days Yog course


Aam Adami Party supermo and Chief Minister of Delhi Mr. Arvind Kejriwal who is currently facing political storm after booking of ten party legislators by the Delhi Police and police of other states today arrived here to de-stress himself form the on-going onslaught as he arrived at Gaggal airport on ten days state sojourn and to observe the ‘Vipasna” mute yogic therapy today.

The RTI activist was welcomed by the party cadres at the airport, he did not take media query and without uttering a single answer he rushed toward the Yogic centre situated in the serene and solitude of Dhauladhar ranges near Bagsunag shrine at Meclodganj, the abode of Tibetan Spiritual leader Dalai Lama.

Mr. Kejriwal arrived at Gaggal airport this afternoon and directly moved in a vehicle to the Vipasna centre. Mr. Kejriwal would stay here for ten days in the isolated yogic center amid number of others yogic aspirants to observe silence fast and yogic therapy to regain the natural vigour and de-stress him from the ongoing tension and political onslaught. He was facing swear attack during last six months after arrest of number of party legislators also booking them on number of serious charges.

The RTI activist turned politician is on first visit to this hill state after becoming chief minister of Delhi. The AAP which was making debut on Punjab Assembly Election for the first time after its formation regaining its strengthen in the North western state like Himachal Pradesh and Haryana also. The party state unit is dissolved owing to rift among its cadre and recruitment of RSS. Congress and BJP affiliated cadre currently under hibernation in the hill state.

The party is yet to decide to take part in forth coming assembly election in this hill state likely to be held in the end of next year however it has very minuscule strengthen and hardly any public figure which could soar the unorganized unit of party in the state.

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ML Verma is a Senior journalist, with more than a decade of experience of active reporting for electronic media, news agencies and fast paced online media.

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