1. AAP asks Parkash Singh Badal to ‘stop bothering’ about them

AAP asks Parkash Singh Badal to ‘stop bothering’ about them

Aam Aadmi Party today asked Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal to "stop bothering" about them and accused the SAD-BJP led regime of ruining the state.

By: | Chandigarh | Published: January 9, 2016 8:14 PM

Aam Aadmi Party today asked Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal to “stop bothering” about them and accused the SAD-BJP led regime of ruining the state.

“Chief Minister Badal should stop bothering about AAP and should focus on fulfilling promises made to the residents of Punjab during elections,” AAP leader and Sangrur MP, Bhagwant Mann said.

Mann claimed that Aam Aadmi Party government at Delhi is doing a “great job” and people are “really happy” with the policies of government.

“Even the international media has been appreciating the work and even the Chief Justice of India has contributed in Odd-Even formula of government by pooling car while going to his office,” he said.

Mann said that in order to boost the health facilities in Delhi, government has opened Mohalla Clinics in every mohalla.

A six-lane flyover in Delhi was completed before the scheduled time. And by striking off management quota in private schools, AAP government has given a equal change to every children of Delhi to study, he said.

Spokesperson and Head of Legal Cell, Aam Aadmi Party, Punjab, Himmat Singh Shergil accused Akali-BJP government of ruining the state with its “anti-people” policies.

He said the government has not even sufficient funds to pay salary to the government employees and government buildings are being mortgaged to run the daily affairs of the state.

Shergil criticized Badal government for the plight of industry. He said that because of insecurity and atrocities, Dalits are feeling insecure in the state.

Earlier in the day, Badal accused the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of failing to fulfil the promises made before Delhi Assembly polls and alleged that the party came to power by “misleading” the public.

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