Congress, AAP Anti-Punjab, People will give ‘Befitting Lesson’ says Prakash Badal


Harion (Ludhiana): Accussing Congress and Aam Aadmi Party of being “hostile to Punjab”, Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal today said individuals will give a “befitting lesson” to these gatherings as he guaranteed a decisive victory for SAD-BJP partnership in the imminent Punjab get together surveys. Tending to a Sangat Darshan program, Badal said the SAD-BJP collusion will have a decisive victory as individuals have as of now seen the “counter Punjab face of both Congress and AAP”.

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“Individuals have as of now seen the counter Punjab methodology of the Congress gathering and now the Aam Aadmi Party’s stand against Punjab over the stream waters issue has unmasked their genuine face,” he said. Badal called the cases of Congress to postpone ranchers’ obligation in the event that they come to control “immaculate lies” and said the Congress “did nothing for the welfare of agriculturists” amid their tenet of over 50 years.

“Then again, our legislature is as of now giving a sponsorship worth Rs 5,000 crore for tube-wells of agriculturists. The administration is giving sans interest credit up to Rs 50,000. Additionally, free wellbeing treatment of up to Rs 50,000 is being given to agriculturists. There is additionally an arrangement of a protection of Rs 5 lakh in the event that the head of family bites the dust in a mischance or weakening,” he said. Badal blamed Congress for “harming” the state politically, religiously and monetarily.

“To begin with, Congress requested an armed force assault on the Golden Temple, which specifically hit the Sikhs and later, requested murdering of guiltless Sikhs in Delhi. Congress even double-crossed awesome pioneer Sant Harchand Singh Longowal. It was the Congress which made the Rajiv-Longowal settlement, and later, did not remain by it,” he said. Badal said AAP pioneers were always attempting to “separation the general public”, yet individuals won’t fall prey to their “shrewd thought processes”.

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