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Arvind Kejriwal invites Jalalabad residents to force Sukhbir to lose his deposit

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Jalalabad , 19 Jan 2017

Aam Aadmi Party National Convener and Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday addressed a rally at Jalalabad and invited residents of Jalalabad to defeat corrupt Sukhbir Badal and force him to lose his deposit. He said that Jalalabadis will be remembered for rising against corruption and misrule by defeating Sukhbir. Kejriwal said that Captain and Badal have been contesting elections collectively for long and with the emergence of AAP in Punjab, they have been exposed. He said that AAP has fielded its one of the strongest candidate, Bhagwant Mann against Sukhbir. He said that Captain and Badal have again planned to contest collectively by fielding Bittu from Jalalabad and himself from Lambi. He said that their plan to divide anti incumbency votes will be failed in the elections and Punjabis will choose AAP over these corrupt parties.AAP leader alleged Bikram Majithia of being agent of international drug mafia and he is supplying the drugs in Punjab. 

He promised that after the results onMarch 11, Majithia will be sent behind the bars before March 15.Kejriwal criticized Badal government for ignoring the youth of Punjab and taking no step to generate employment in state. He said that AAP government will provide jobs to 25 Lakhs youth in the state. AAP leader said that agro based industry will be installed in the rural area and there will be 80% quota of Punjab residents in these jobs.Delhi CM said that Farmer of Punjab that used to be known for providing food to the whole country is committing suicide due to the anti peasants policies of Badal government. He promised to wave off the debt of state farmers and convert farming into a beneficial occupation. He said that to uplift the peasantry, AAP government will implement the Swaminathan commission report in the state. 


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