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Aam Aadmi Party and Bains Brothers’ Lok Insaaf Party joins hand for 2017 Punjab elections

Politics in no business for us but patriotism, Captain Amrinder Carbon copy of Badals in corruption matters- Simarjit Bains

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Chandigarh , 21 Nov 2016

Lok Insaaf Party led by independent MLA Brothers Simarjit Singh Bains and Balwinder Singh Bains and Aam Aadmi Party on Monday announced alliance for upcoming Vidhan Sabha election in Punjab. Addressing the press at Chandigarh Bains brothers joined hand with AAP to uproot corrupt Congress and Badals from Punjab.On the occasion, Sanjay Singh said that AAP and Lok Insaaf Party have a common target to throw Congress and Badals out of state and liberate it from corrupt parties. He said that together both parties will write a new chapter in the history of Punjab. Sanjay Singh said that Bains brothers are fighting against land, sand and drug mafia in Punjab for long time and raised voice against the desecration of Sri Guru Granth Sahib. 

He said that everyone who is concerned about Punjab must join hands to form a government of their own. Singh criticized Captain Amrinder Singh for inducting tainted leaders of other parties in Congress just to get Chief Minister Post.Simarjit Bains said that politics is no business for him and he doesn’t use it to mint money but a sacred mission of patriotism. He said that the voice of people is like voice of God and he decided to align with AAP after listening to the voice of people. Bains said that now that both the parties are together and people are with then it is sure that foundation of a new Punjab will be set. Bains alleged Captain Amrinder of being Carbon copy of Badals in looting Punjab and said that nothing good can be expected from Congress. Congress leaders are partners of Akalis in illegal trade of Land, sand and drug. Answering a question Bains said that he never met Captain Amrinder to join Congress as Congress is responsible for Massacre of 1984 and looting waters of Punjab. Captain Amrinder Singh himself invited Prime Minister Indra Gandhi to start work of SYL and Badal acquired land for the purpose.

Bains said that during the rule of so called Panthic Government, Punjab has witnessed desecration of Sri Guru Granth Sahib and innocent Sikhs were tortured by the government. He said that the gurdwaras of Punjab will also be liberated from corrupt Badals and SGPC after forming government in Punjab. He said that the alliance between AAP and Lok INsaaf Party is not only for the upcoming elections but for writing a new chapter in the history of Punjab. He promised to unite workers who were annoyed for some reasons in the past.Gurpreet Waraich said that it is a matter of joy and relief for Punajbis that both the parties which are concerned about the people of state have decided to join hands. He criticized Captain Amrinder for stooping so low that inducting corrupt and tainted leaders in party fold to get Chief Ministerial post. He said that Congress and SAD are unable to find suitable candidates for upcoming elections in Punjab.Balwinder Bains termed Elections of 2017 as a war between Punjab’s saviors and robbers and results will decide the future of Punjab. He said that both brothers have guarded Punjab from muggers for long time and will continue to do so. He invited all the Punjabis to come together to throw Badals and Congress out of Punjab.

Answering a question Sanjay Singh said that Aam Aadmi Party is firm on its stand that Water of Punjab belongs to Punjab only and it has no extra water to give it to any other state. He accused Badals of enacting a drama of returning land of SYL to farmers but did nothing in this regard in last 9 and half years. He said that Badal himself acquired land for SYL to please his friend Devi Lal. Singh asked media to get answer regarding SYL from Rahul Gandhi, Narendra Modi or Amit Shahas well, as the nation leadership of AAP have cleared its stand in favour of Punjab.

 

Tags: Sanjay Singh , Gurpreet Ghughi , Simarjit Singh Bains

 

 

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