How to make the voice of democracy heard? Learn from the Punjab’s “Congressional Government”


Amritsar:The Punjab Police have found a unique way to ensure that the voices of the protesters who have raised their voices on their demands reach the ears of CM Charanjeet Singh Channi, who claims to be a popular government in Pan Jab. Punjab Police IG (Special Security) has also written to all police commissioners in this regard.

In fact, Punjab teachers are protesting the 7th UGC Commission implementation request and the state congressional government has found a new way to solve their problems and that is the way to suppress their voice with a another strong voice. The order was shared by former President of the Punjabi Congress Sunil Jakhar himself on Twitter. Jakhar posted the order and wrote: “This cannot be true! An insult and a joke of democracy. The order of the IG of Punjab is written in Gurmukhi script. A Twitter user shared a translation.

The subject of the translated order reads: “Regarding the security arrangements upon the arrival of the Honorable Chief Minister.” The letter reads: “We see that every time the CM of Punjab organizes an event in your districts, two different organizations shout slogans in the path of the CM. Therefore, in the future, whenever the CM takes part in an event in your neighborhood, Dj should be installed in the places where these two organizations express their demands. Dj should be performed with gurbani shabad or religious chants so that their voices (of the protesters) are not heard. ‘

Tell me, such a decree has never been issued before. The letter is now viral on social networks. The order was first shared by Sunil Jakhar, followed by BJP leader Amit Malviya. He asked CM Charanjeet Singh Channi why he didn’t speak to protesting teachers instead of suppressing their voices.

Note – Newstracklive does not confirm the translation of this command.

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