Brawl in Bathinda: Chairs hurled as two groups clash at SAD's event where Harsimrat Badal was guest speaker

Two groups of Shiromani Akali Dal's party workers started fighting each other for unknown reasons and people present there filmed the video.

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In a bizarre development, two groups clashed at Shiromani Akali Dal's event in Bathinda where former Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal was invited as Guest Speaker. As per reports, SAD party workers started fighting each other over unknown reasons and people present there filmed the video. In the video, party workers were seen hurling chairs at each other. This program was organized in a private resort in Bathinda. Many senior leaders of SAD were present in the program. 

 

There was chaos in the entire resort after the incident. The security personnel present at the spot somehow took the leaders out. Bathinda Police had reached the spot for investigation.

 

As per reports,  the leaders of the youth wing of Shiromani Akali Dal had organized the rally. In which, they were campaigning for SAD candidate Harsimrat Kaur Badal. During this time there was a dispute between the two parties regarding some issues. The dispute escalated so much that both the parties present near the stage started throwing chairs at each other. At present it is not clear whether anyone has been injured in the incident or not.

 

About Harsimrat Kaur Badal

 

SAD has secured a victory over the Bathinda LS seat for the past 4 consecutive years, with Harsimrat Kaur Badal, winning 3 out of those 4 times. Harsimrat Kaur Badal had defeated Sukhbir Badal’s cousin and former Finance Minister of Punjab Manpreet Badal in the 2014 elections. Manpreet Badal is currently in the BJP, however whether he will campaign against his sister-in-law remains to be seen.

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