Amarinder Singh playing into the hands of anti-national forces: Sukhbir Singh Badal


On Sunday Punjab Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal supposed that State Congress chief Amarinder Singh was “playing into the hands of anti-national forces” by levelling “wild and malicious” charges against the ruling SAD-BJP combine in the State, instead of rallying with the administration to bend and confront such strengths.

"I comprehend your (Amarinder's) disappointment. Your vocation chart is on the declining for a long time. Indeed, even now, you host been cornered in your gathering by the senior initiative which has even constrained you to change your political choices," he guaranteed.

 "This, in any case, does not imply that you lose soundness of psyche and put forth wild expressions, for example, the administration needs to utilize psychological oppressors and hoodlums in the anticipated (Assembly) races," Mr. Sukhbir said.

 "You have been out of the State generally, yet Punjabis realize that it is the SAD-BJP government which managed a final knockout to "gangsterism" in the State and put every one of them behind the bars. Our remain on psychological warfare is clear. We won't permit Pakistan to make any unsettling influence in Punjab by utilizing fear based oppressor associations and their sympathizers," he included.

 The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) boss said the general population of the State knew that he had as of now informed National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on the Nabha escape episode even as Punjab Police had reported Rs 25 lakh remunerate for data on the guilty parties.

 They were likewise mindful that a unique group was constituted both at the police and common level to get to the base of the "scheme", he included. "The senior-most correctional facility official has been suspended, while the senior-most prison authorities at Nabha have been rejected from administration," the Deputy Chief Minister said.

 In the light of these realities, it didn't become Capt. Singh r to "politicize" such a delicate issue with "shabby showy behavior", Mr. Sukhbir said. "Any senior government official or statesman would have remained with Punjab and Punjabis at this vital crossroads.

In any case, it appears that you have been so blinded by the desire of force that you can't see the welfare of your own kin and would prefer not to stand up and be checked with the individuals who are against fear and psychological warfare," he included.