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With a dream to make Punjab great again, NRIs campaigns for AAP in different constituencies of state

2017 elections is the last chance to save Punjab from Akali-Congress alliance

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Chandigarh , 29 Jan 2017

With a dream to change the political system in state, thousands of NRIs from various countries campaigned in different constituencies of Punjab today. A large group of NRIs from Canada, UK, USA and other countries today campaigned at different villages of Kapurthala, Philaur, Majitha and various constituencies in Majha constituencies.Accompanied by local AAP leaders and Candidates, NRIs met people in villages of Punjab to make the people aware of the policies of Aam Aadmi Party.Joban Randhawa said that said that that they have high hopes from Aam Aadmi Party and with this thought they have come to Punjab to pay back to the motherland. He said motive of their campaign is to stand by the vision of Arvind Kejriwal led Aam Aadmi Party which is the only party that has serious approach to save debt ridden Punjab from the evil clutches of Akali and Congress leaders who have used politics only for their petty interests.
Surinder Mavi said that the corrupt system of country had forced them to settle abroad but they have come back to correct it with the power of vote. He said that unemployment is the main issue that is forcing youngsters to leave their motherland and settle abroad. “With emergence of AAP, we are sure that new job opportunities will be provided to the youngsters.” he said.Sumesh Handa said that youth of Punjab are getting hooked to drugs, farmers committing suicides and businessmen migrating to other states. It is an established fact that Punjab once known as a land of prosperity has been ruined by the traditional politicians by allying with the anti-social elements and due to the apathy and greed of so called leaders Punjab has fallen prey to the unholy criminals-politician-police nexus.





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