Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday claimed that the Aam Aadmi Party is “completely faceless” in the state and its ambition to form the next government is a “pipe dream”.
He also said that the AAP is an “outsider” in Punjab and will stay until it is far from the ground reality of the state.
“With just one year to go in the state assembly elections, the AAP could not find a face to campaign in the municipal elections from Punjab and non-entities from Delhi had to be dragged into the election campaign! And now they claim that They will get it! The Chief Minister’s face will be the pride of Punjab? “He said.
The chief minister claimed in a statement here, “The AAP’s ambition to rule in the state is a ‘pipe-dream’ as the party is completely useless.”
“What can a party do, which sold the interests of farmers by implementing farm laws in Delhi back in November,” Singh said.
He claimed that the AAP has continued its path in Punjab, away from their mistakes in the last five years, with little understanding or concern about people’s problems.
Amarinder Singh said, “All they see here is another seat to govern another state. They do not see the suffering and problems of our people.”
The exodus of AAP leaders and members of the party’s Punjab unit in the last 2-3 years is just a tip of the iceberg. The fact that he has no roots, the chief minister claimed.
“Arvind Kejriwal’s party has no existence outside Delhi and will soon be wiped out from there too. His shameless collusion with the BJP, at the behest of which he has camped outside his city for more than two months. Trying to fool the farmers. ” “He further alleged.
Punjab needs neither such a party nor the Chief Minister said that neither the AAP nor its Delhi Model of Governance is welcome in Punjab, which is “better than the national capital on almost every major index of development”.
With every passing year, the Government of Shri Kejriwal is plunging the national capital to a low level in the intense devastation in Punjab, which has seen unprecedented growth and development in the last four years.
Even the Delhi government’s hyped health model, which saw two posts on the health index fall from 2015 to 2019, was fully exposed during the Kovid-19 summit crisis, calling for a focus on Arvind Kejriwal did. “Managing Delhi instead of wasting precious time and resources in trying to find a foothold (or a face) in Punjab or other states”.
He said that Punjab needs a solid and honest leadership, not a “party of loud liars and traitors”.
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