Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal To Visit Pathankot, Gurdaspur

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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal To Visit Pathankot, Gurdaspur

Mr Kejriwal is scheduled to address a political conference on Maghi Mela on January 14 at Muktsar.

New Delhi:  Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will visit Pathankot and Gurdaspur on January 13 and meet the families of the security personnel who were killed in Pathankot terror attack, the Aam Aadmi Party said today.

Mr Kejriwal would be meeting the families of Havildar Kulwant Singh, Honorary Captain Fateh Singh and taxi driver Ikagar Singh.

Kulwant and Fateh who belonged to Chak Sharif village and Jhanda Gujjran village, respectively, in Gurdaspur district, laid down their lives fighting terrorists who had attacked the Pathankot Air Base on the night of January 1.

Taxi driver Ikagar Singh was killed by terrorists, a day before they struck the air force base. Ikagar Singh was native of Bhagwal village in Pathankot.

Notably, Mr Kejriwal is scheduled to address a political conference on Maghi Mela on January 14 at Muktsar as the party is eyeing to wrest power in 2017 assembly polls in Punjab.

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