Monday, May 16, 2022

Captain Amarinder ran the government sitting in the royal farmhouse for four years: Jarnail Singh

Chandigarh: On Friday, a survey said that people were very angry with them for not fulfilling the promises made by Captain Amarinder Singh and the survey had predicted the formation of the Aam Aadmi Party government. Addressing the media at the party headquarters on Saturday, AAP’s Punjab in-charge Jarnail Singh said that the Captain Government has not fulfilled any of its promises in the last four years.

While showing the Congress manifesto in 2017, he said that it clearly stated that in 4 weeks the drugs will be eradicated. But now Captain Amarinder Singh is saying that he promised to break the back of drug mafias, not to eliminate them altogether. Captain Amarinder had made nine promises before the elections under nine heads, including elimination of various mafias, door-to-door employment, lowering electricity prices, elimination of drugs and other promises.

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People trusted all his promises. But Captain Amarinder Singh has not left the royal farmhouse for 4 years, sitting there and running his government. He said that before the 2017 elections, Captain Amarinder along with Prashant Kishore had made false promises to the public to win the election. Now that the re-election is coming, Prashant Kishore has been brought up to lie again.

The people of Punjab are also greatly affected by the work being done by Arvind Kejriwal’s government for the people in Delhi, so they want to form the Aam Aadmi Party government in Punjab as well. After the formation of the Aam Aadmi Party government in Punjab, Punjab will be developed like Delhi.

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