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Sukhbir Badal is trying to create terror in Punjab trough his goons : Himmat Singh Shergil

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Chandigarh , 13 Sep 2016

Claiming that Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Badal is trying to create terror in Punjab by letting his goons out on AAP volunteers, which could be evident from an attack on AAP volunteer Baljinder Singh Khalsa by Municipal Councillor of SAD Santam Singh Satta at Bagha Purana,  Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) today said that the party has taken a serious note of it.While addressing a press conference here, Head of the Legal Cell Himmat Singh Shergil and General Secretary of Farmers’ wing of the party, Ahbab Singh Grewal condemned the attack and said that people of Punjab would not bow down to “SAD Terrorism” and would give them a befitting reply in the coming elections in 2017.

AAP leaders said massive response to Bhagapurana rally of AAP has left Akalis frustrated and now they have resorted to such tactics to spread terror by attacking AAP volunteers. Narrating the incident of attack on Khalsa, Shergil said that he (Khalsa) was attacked by Akali goons led by MC Satta while equipped with arms and ammunition and other legal weapons in which two of the employees working in the shop were brutally injured.“Even the Police did not intervene and stop Akalis goons, who continued their attack without any fear”, Shergil said adding that even after such a fierce attack Police failed to book the attackers under section 307, 326 and 450 of IPC and instead booked them under minor sections only.AAP leaders directly held Sukhbir Badal responsible for patronising criminals to spread terror in the state, but AAP Volunteers would face them head-on.Taking serious note on giving parole to the dreaded criminals in Punjab and alleged that this was being done to let such criminals loose for attack on the AAP volunteers.



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