Punjab

Badals and Captain Amarinder Singh have plundered Punjab- Kejriwal

Jagmohan Singh | November 30, 2016 06:14 PM

Amritsar: "Badals and Captain Amarinder Singh have plundered  Punjab during last 15 years and promoted their family businesses by ignoring the interests of the public putting Punjab in deep financial crisis" said National Convener of Aam Aadmi Party and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal here today.

 

He was here to address the public rally where he has oicfully expressed these views. 

 

Addressing a gathering at “Punjab Inquilab" rally in Amritsar,  He accused  Badal Government of patronizing drug mafia and criminals in Punjab, he assured to build a fearless and prosperous Punjab after formation of AAP government in 2017.

 

He alleged that Captain Amarinder Singh amassed huge wealth during Congress government but the Punjab government took no action against him. This is allegedly because of the clandestine agreement by the Badals and Capt. Amarinder Singh to protect eachother's misdoings. While taking a dig at Capt. Amarinder Singh, Arvind Kejriwal said that his sentiments for Sikh community can been gauged from the fact that he gave clean chit to Sajjan Kumar and Tytler who are the main perpetrators of 1984 riots. 

 

Kejriwal promised to drag Majithia by collar and put behind the bar for playing with the youth of Punjab by unleashing narco-terrorism in State. He said that political will is necessary for the welfare of public. Citing an example of Delhi, he said that despite numerous obstacles by the Modi Government, Delhi government has provided state of the art health facilities where people are getting free medicines and the tests are done without any charges. A sea of changes has been brought in the education sector where the infrastructure of government schools matches with an good reputed private school. While highlighting the loot of private schools in Punjab, Kejriwal said that his government in Delhi have acted against all such schools and the same will be done in Punjab after formation of the government. 

 

Speaking on this occasion, Punjab Affairs co-incharge Jarnail Singh said that the liquor shops and drug trade has increased manifold during the Badal regime while the schools have been shut down. People are facing a lot of inconvenience and harassment in hospitals as the govnerment hospitals are devoid of proper infrastructure. He assured to reduce VAT and electricity bills after forming government in 2017.  

  

Senior leader H.S. Phoolka, while expressing his views, said that it is matter of shame that a colony in holy city Amritsar is infamous for drugs. He said that AAP has zero tolerance for drugs. 

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