On his second visit to Punjab within three weeks, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday contacted traders promising to end 'raid raj' furthermore met Radha Soami group boss Gurinder Singh Dhillon in an offer to expand AAP's base the state which goes to surveys next year.
Going after the Center over dark cash consistence window, Mr Kejriwal affirmed IT office is focusing on dealers the nation over to meet its objective while huge businesspeople like Vijay Malya were going without scot.
Charming the business group, generally considered BJP supporters, he said if AAP shapes next government it would end 'strike raj' and bring "business-accommodating" arrangements in the state as it has done in Delhi.
The AAP national convenor additionally met Radha Soami group boss Gurinder Singh Dhillon at Beas. The faction has a significant following in the state.
Mr Kejriwal met Mr Dhillon at Radha Soami home office, otherwise called Dera Baba Jaimal Singh, and went through more than 30 minutes with him.
"Amid the meeting, they talked about the political situation of Punjab in perspective of up and coming get together race in the state, an AAP representative said.
Prior, Congress VP Rahul Gandhi had additionally met the Radha Soami faction boss at Beas.
Mr Kejriwal said the merchant group has grumbled to him of pointless IT office attacks.
"Rather than leading such attacks, IT sleuths ought to strike Vijay Malya and I'm certain their objective of in any event Rs. 7000 crore could have been met," he said in an obvious reference to Center's Income Declaration Scheme which gives nationals time till September 30 to proclaim undisclosed pay.
"Goliath corporate houses are being permitted to run scot free with the plunder, which shows the administration's goal on the issue of dark cash," the Delhi CM said.
He asserted the AAP government in Delhi lessened VAT on numerous things from 12.5 for each penny to 5 for each penny even without the brokers requesting it.
Talking on the event of Maharaja Agarsen Jayanti here, Mr Kejriwal, who went to the system as boss visitor, pledged to end 'assault raj' in Punjab if his gathering comes to control after the 2017 Assembly survey in the state.
"It is our perception that assault raj as opposed to checking defilement energizes it among degenerate officials and examiners," he said, including, it's vital governments must dishearten 'attack raj' in any state.
"When we came to control in Delhi, around 150 strikes were being directed every month, which we ceased and now assaults are permitted just in cases the division has plentiful proof against whom the attack to be led," he said.