The Aam Aadmi Party member of parliament from Sangrur, Bhagwant Mann on Saturday lashed out at Badals for again trying to befool people of state by creating drama of seeking apology for their past mistakes. Mann called the move of Badals to visit Sri Darbar Sahib and perform seva as their biggest ever political drama.In a press statement issued from party headquarters, Mann said that the almighy bestow blessings on those who commit mistakes unknowingly but Badals cannot be apologised as they have destroyed the state knowingly by looting the wealth of Punjab. He said that Badals during their their political career and specially in last 10 years of rule have grabbed the control of all the resources of states and now anticipating the end of their political career are trying to again befool the people of state by using religious tools.Asking Badals to explain to people of state about their mistakes for that they are seeking apology Mann said Badals have now accepted that they are responsible for desecration of Sri Guru Granth Sahib, suicide of farmers and grabbing the control over resources of state.
He said that Badal duo are shrewd politicians and have always used religion to divert the attention of people from core issues. Mann said that Badals have now been exposed in the court of people and can not befool the people with their cheap tactics. He said that drama of Badals can not bring back the sikh yougsters killed by police at Bargari, farmers committed suicide and those died with the drugs during Akali rule. Accusing Badals of destroying the glory of sikhism, Mann said that they have looted the state and religious institutes more than invader Ahmad Shah Abdali. Speking on the demand of Sukhbir Badal to provide financial relief to the families who had lost their members in Amritsar rail tragedy, Mann said that the demand is absolutely right but before that Sukhbir must tell the people about relief provided by hom to the people died in such accidents while in power for 10 years. He asked Sukhbir to abstain from politicising the issue.