Mr. Bikram Singh Majithia, Revenue and Information & Public Relations Minister, Punjab today gave a befitting dressing down to Aam Aadmi Party Convenor Mr. Arvind Kejriwal for not playing with the emotion of the innocent public. He asked Kejriwal to desist from making false promises with the people as the politics based on falsely touchstones is of short life. Kejriwal must remember the history of India that people never forgive those politicians, who simply interested gaining political power by making false promises with the public.These assertions were made by Mr. Majithia on the sidelines of foundation laying ceremony in Ward No. 12 & 13 of Majitha constituency. Indicating the defeat of the Aam Aadmi Party in MCD by-elections, he said that it is a tradition that the ruling party always recorded a decisive victory in the by-elections, but the Aam Aadmi Party in these by-elections managed to only get 8 seats out of 13. He said that this failure of Aam Aadmi Party is indicative of the public disenchantment with the ruling party. Minister further said that Kejriwal had siphoned out crore of rupees from the public exchequer for his personal advertisement campaign in the national media. He said that now in MCD elections, the public had given their verdict against the discourteous and anti-people policies of the Aam Aadmi Party government. Mr. Majithia dubbed the gherao of Punjab Chief Minister Residence by Aam Aadmi Party, a total failure and flop show.
Revenue Minister disbursed a grant of Rs.1.21 crore for the development works of Ward No. 12 & 13 of Majitha constituency. He reiterated his resolve for the overall development of this Majitha constituency by saying that he has relentlessly worked day and night for the development of this constituency. He expressed deep contentment that he is successful in ensuring overall development of this constituency. He said that all the promises made with the public of this constituency have been completed like; a state-of-the-art Bus Stand at Majitha, setting up of 220 KV Sub Station for ensuring 24x7 power supply, four lanning of the roads, construction of the Mandi besides the construction of Sub Tehsil Complex is underway with the cost of Rs.3 crore. He said that the streets and drains have also been concretized with the cost of Rs.9 crore.