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Rule of Lawlessness prevails in Punjab- Jarnail Singh

AAP will hold 'Insaaf March' on September 28 on the birth day of Shaheed-E-Azam S. Bhagat Singh

Rule of Lawlessness prevails in Punjab- Jarnail Singh

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Chandigarh , 26 Sep 2016

Aam Aadmi Party on Monday criticized Badal Govt. for failing to provide security to the citizens of Punjab and asked State Govt. to protect the people from the atrocities of Akali workers. Addressing the media Aam Aadmi Party Punjab Co-Incharge Jarnail Singh and Legal Wing Head Himmat Singh Shergill said that the news related to crime appearing in the newspapers every day shows the real situation in Punjab. Jarnail Said that rule of Lawlessness has prevailed in Punjab and Akali workers are killing people without any fear. The Police rather than taking action against the culprits are shielding them. He warned state police officials to stop working as the personal army of Akalis.Giving ultimatum to the Moga police to arrest the killers of AAP worker Jagroop Singh of Bhindar Kalan Jarnail said that if the police would not take any action against the culprits, AAP will Gherao the police station on Tuesday. He said that on the birth day of Shaheed-E-Azam S. Bhagat Singh from 28th Sept. onwards, AAP will hold 'Inssaf March' throughout Punjab.    

Quoting the incident of Kishangarh near Jalandhar where a trader along with his family committed suicide, Jarnail said that the victim was being harassed with threats that the money lender will abduct his daughter if he failed to pay the already paid loan. He said that the people of state have lost faith in the Police and civil officials and taking extreme steps.Showing displeasure over the role played by Punjab police in arresting the culprits of Sacrilege of Sri Guru Granth Sahib at Bargari, Jarnail said that the failure of police led to further similar incidents of sacrilege in the state. "Had the police arrested those responsible for sacrilege, nobody would have dared to commit the crime again" Jarnail Said. Targeting Badals, Jarnail said that the people of Punjab no more trust the fake promises of duo. 

 

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