Aam Aadmi Party apologizes for VJ Rajeev Laxman’s abusive remarks

By on November 14, 2013


Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party has apologized for using foul language against Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde at a road-show in Delhi on Wednesday.

Roadies host Rajeev Laxman, who is a VJ on a TV channel, had used offensive language at an election rally in which the party’s candidate Shazia Ilmi was present.


A statement issued by AAP said: “The party is against the use of any foul language by its members or supporters. We stand for honest and clean politics. It also said that it would take care that such mistakes were not repeated.”

“Rajeev has already realized his mistake and apologised for his remarks. He has also clarified that AAP has nothing to do with his remarks and it was his mistake,” the statement said.

Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde had ordered a probe into the funding of AAP. The party has received around Rs 19 crore ahead of Delhi Assembly polls and about one-third of the funding has come from NRIs.

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