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Former AAP leader HS Phoolka says not joining any party after BJP’s ‘doors always open’ offer

Union minister Vijay Goel on Sunday said the doors of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are always open to former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader HS Phoolka while felicitating him for fighting the legal battle for victims of 1984 anti-Sikh riots. Source: HT

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‘Good friends, meet often’: HS Phoolka clears air on meeting Vijay Goel

Senior lawyer HS Phoolka, who resigned from the Aam Aadmi Party last week, on Sunday put to rest speculation that he was joining the BJP by tweeting that Vijay Goel is a good friend and that they meet often. Responding to a news report, Phoolka, who has been fighting the 1984 anti-Sikh riots cases, tweeted that Goel had been quietly helping him in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots case and had not even claimed credit. HT

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‘Converting anti-corruption movement into political party in 2012 was wrong’: HS Phoolka targets AAP

Targeting the Aam Aadmi Party, senior advocate HS Phoolka, who resigned from the party Friday, said converting an anti-corruption movement into a political party in 2012 was “wrong”, while ruling out contesting the upcoming Lok Sabha election. Addressing reporters, Phoolka said there is a need to form a movement like the one started by activist Anna Hazare in 2012 and that many who have left the AAP and others, including lawyers and doctors, need to unite to form an organisation parallel to political parties. “Converting anti-corruption movement into political party in 2012 was wrong,” he said, adding, “I will not contest Lok Sabha election although after the conviction of Sajjan Kumar, people in Punjab said I could easily win from any seat.” source:HT

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‘Converting anti-corruption movement into political party in 2012 was wrong’: H S Phoolka targets AAP

Targeting the Aam Aadmi Party, senior advocate H S Phoolka, who resigned from the party Friday, said converting an anti-corruption movement into a political party in 2012 was “wrong”, while ruling out contesting the upcoming Lok Sabha election. Addressing reporters, Phoolka said there is a need to form a movement like the one started by activist Anna Hazare in 2012 and that many who have left the AAP and others, including lawyers and doctors, need to unite to form an organisation parallel to political parties. HT

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