Delhi Elections 2020: Cong's Alka Lamba loses cool, tries to slap AAP worker at polling booth
New Delhi, Feb 08: A scuffle broke out between AAP and Congress workers near Majnu ka Teela after Congress candidate Alka Lamba tried to slap an AAP worker, allegedly for objectional language against her.
The video shows Lamba arguing with the AAP worker. She can be then seen trying to slap the man, but misses. Lamba alleged that the man used "very foul" and objectional language against her.
Speaking about the viral video, Alka Lamba said that an the man in question had used abusive language with her.
"As soon as I came out from polling booth, I saw the son of AAP candidate arguing with the police over getting admission inside polling booth. At that moment, an AAP worker Harmesh used abusive language against me. I thank the police for arresting him him immediately," Lamba told ANI.
Responding to the incident, AAP's Sanjay Singh said that the Election Commission should "investigate" the incident.
She is pitted against Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate Parlad Singh Sawhney and Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) Suman Kumar Gupta from Chandni Chowk constituency.
She quit the AAP in September last year after a bitter row with the leadership.
Alka Lamba won the Chandni Chowk assembly seat for the first time in 2013. Before joining Kejriwal, Lamba was part of the Congress women wing.