Congressional government trampled on people’s mandate: Bhagwant Mann


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Bhagwant Mann, chairman and member of parliament of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of Punjab, accused the Congressional government of being disrespectful to the mandate given by the people of Punjab in 2017 and said that any promise made to the people of Punjab was not held. The Congress Party has no other

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New Delhi:

Punjab President and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) MP Bhagwant Mann accused the Congressional government of disrespecting the mandate given by the people of the Punjab in 2017 and said that any promise made to the people of the Punjab did not was not held. The Congress party no longer has the moral right to solicit votes from the people of the state. Mr Mann said members of Congress had done nothing in the Punjab for the past five years other than debauchery, the Mafia regime and their internal strife. This is why today 75% of the Punjab, belonging to different sections, organizes strikes on the roads, squares, water tanks and towers.

Addressing a press conference at party headquarters on Friday, Bhagwant Mann said the government has become a spectacle because Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi does not get along with Sunil Jakhar. Sunil Jakhar does not get along with Partap Singh Bajwa. Bajwa with Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Randhawa with Navjot Singh Sidhu and Navjot Sidhu does not get along with anyone. At the press conference, Punjab affairs official Jarnail Singh, party spokesperson Neel Garg and Malwinder Singh Kang were also present. Mann further said that Congress appointed top leader Ambika Soni to chair the coordinating committee when there was not even an opportunity for coordination in Congress. The congressional leaders who are fighting among themselves cannot provide a better future for the Punjab and its people.

Bhagwant Mann said: “I, as chairman of the AAP and the opposition front, assert that the Congress Party has trampled on the mandate of the people of Punjab, an example of which cannot be found anywhere somewhere else. Congress has also been derided. of the government. No one knows who runs the government in Punjab. The officers are transferred overnight. The GA and DGP were changed twice in a few days.

Responding to a question, Bhagwant Mann said the Congressional government was changing the dates and was avoiding a meeting with farmers, laborers and employees, because Congress had failed to keep its promises of justice in the process. question of the sacrilege of Guru Granth Sahib, the cancellation of the debt of farmers and workers. No action has been taken in the drug, sand, alcohol, cable, transport and electricity mafia, let alone their promise to workers in every household. He lashed out at the Congressional government saying that only Ali Baba had been changed, not 40 thieves. The sand mafia still operates openly in the Chief Minister’s constituency. Journalists are not even allowed to visit these pits because all the leaders of the congress are part of these mafias.

Criticizing the actions of congressional ministers, Bhagwant Mann said Raja Warring was also taking action against the transport mafia to garner applause. Interior Minister Sukhi Randhawa suspends police from checkpoints. In addition, chief ministers shy away from the decision to make teachers permanent because he himself is a temporary chief minister. Mann said no one in the Congressional government makes decisions at the official level and actually implements them. Their government is like a bus without a driver, you don’t know where it will fall.


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First published: 17 Dec. 2021, 23:00:47

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