Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) national spokesman Sanjay Singh today said that Congress, which used to be the most prominent national political party at one point of time has now virtually lost its ‘political existence’ in the country as it lost faith of the people and in the coming assembly poll in Punjab Congress will witness its most humiliating defeat. It is AAP only which is capable to bring freedom from “Mafia Rule” of Badals in the forthcoming assembly elections, Sanjay Singh said claiming that like in Delhi, Congress will not be able to open its account in Punjab. Giving reaction to the results of assembly polls in the states of Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Assam, Sanjay Singh, State Convenor of AAP, Sucha Singh Chhotepur, National Organisation Secretary Durgesh Patha and MP Bhagwant Mann stated that Congress which always indulged in ‘loot’ of people for several decades, is now on the verge of its vanish from the political arena of the country.
Result of the Punjab assembly elections would prove as ‘last nail in the Congress’ coffin”, AAP leaders said adding that people of the country are fed up of the dynasty and corrupt rule of Congress, which could be evident of the outcome of assembly polls in four states of Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Kerala and Assam. Congress has gone on ‘political ventilator’ and people of Punjab have understood that only Aam Aadmi Party could bring solutions of all their problems, created by Badals, AAP leaders Chhotepur and Bhagwant Mann said. Bhagwant Mann revealed that after results of Delhi assembly polls, he stated in Parliament that the day is not far when mothers would narrate the shortest political story “Ek thi Congress” to their kids and same is going to be true very soon. “People have made up their minds to give befitting reply to both Congress and SAD-BJP combine in Punjab as they have already witnessed the ‘loot’ by these parties”, Mann added. Durgesh Pathak said while results of assembly elections in four states have vanished Congress, at the same time tall claims of BJP of its polls prospects in Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Keral also fell flat. Even in Assam, BJP had to depend on the regional parties to manipulate its win, he added.