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Delhi Assembly Elections: Alka Lamba Tries to Slap AAP Worker at Polling Booth

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New Delhi: A news related to Alka Lamba has been revealed amid the ongoing voting for the Delhi Assembly elections. It is reported that Congress candidate from Chandni Chowk Alka Lamba tried to slap an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) worker. In fact, there was a clash between Alka Lamba and AAP worker at polling station 126 to 133 of Majnu’s mound of Chandni Chowk. During this, Alka Lamba alleged that the AAP worker made a wrong comment about his son.

Alka Lamba, angered by the wrong remarks against her son, tried to slap the AAP worker, though she did not accepted it. After this, Congress and AAP workers came face to face. At the same time, the police tried to calm the matter by intervening. After this incident, Alka Lamba said that the AAP worker had given an objectionable statement about my son.

Alka Lamba told a TV channel that the activist had made objectionable remarks on her son. The police had also heard the case of the worker. After this clash, Aam Aadmi Party MP and senior leader Sanjay Singh said that he will complain in the Election Commission. Alka Lamba has been an MLA of Chandni Chowk from Aam Aadmi Party. Due to a rift with the party’s top leadership and Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, she left the party and joined the Congress. Even before that, Alka had been in the Congress party.