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May 16 to mark end of Badal’s Aurangzebi rule: Bajwa

Gurdaspur: The Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee President, Mr. Partap Singh Bajwa, today said that May 16, the day the polling results are announced, would mark the beginning of the end of the Aurangzebi repressive regime of the Chief Minister, Mr. Parkash Singh Badal, and his extended clan. He said here was a person who had sought votes to establish pro-people government on the pattern of the only Sikh ruler, Maharaja Ranjit Singh. However, in practice, it had proved to be diametrically opposite during the last seven years. The ruling clan would be consigned to the dustbin of history the day the results were announced. In a statement issued here today, Mr. Bajwa said going by the voting trend in the state, the Akali Dal-BJP alliance would be wiped out as this alliance was not only facing just anti-incumbency but the tidal wave of the anger of the people and it would be a landslide victory for the Congress in this border state. The people had now given vent to their anger in a democratic way against the goonda raj of the Akali goons who had made the life of the ordinary citizen miserable with total control even over sand which had turned into gold for the ruling coterie headed by the Deputy Chief Minister, Mr. Sukhbir Singh Badal and his brother-in-law and the Revenue Minister, Mr. Bikram Singh Majithia. Both father and son promised to provide transparent administration but the situation had deteriorated to such an extent that the police stations refuse to register complaints without a nod from the local Akali goons. The PPCC chief said Mr. Badal had to finally confes that his government had committed blunders while appealing to the people that they should not punish their prime ministerial candidate, Mr. Narendra Modi, for their misdeeds. However, his daughter-in-law Mrs. Harsimrat Kaur Badal, seeking re-election from Bathinda, denied that there was any Modi wave in the state and was surprised to see the posters of Mr. Modi in Talwandi Sabo. She preferred to seek mandate on her own performance. Mrs. Harsimrat Badal had the distinction of being the only candidate in the state who faced boycott in the villages and black flag demonstrations during campaigning. He said she was bound to lose to her estranged brother-in-law Mr. Manpreet Singh Badal contesting on the Congress ticket. He said similar fate awaited the BJP stalwart, Mr. Arun Jaitley, in Amritsar. He said the major factor that proved to be the undoing of Mr. Badal was his ‘putar-moh’ as he wanted his high headed son to take over whose ambition was to become the richest Sikh in the world and he had been resorting to every mean to achieve this ambition as evident from the expose of his multiplying business of this business empire since the formation of the Akali Dal government. Mr. Bajwa said Punjab was the land of Gurus, sages, seers, martyrs and bravehearts and this is the land which had always confronted the oppressive regimes. This revenge of the people would consign the corrupt and repressive Badal and Majithia clans to the dustbin of history beginning May 16. They would meet the same fate as the Chautala clan in neighbouring Haryana with which the Badals had close family ties. He said what had made the matters worse in Punjab was the sixth river of narcotics whose source was these ruling clans. He re-iterated his commitment to move a private member’s bill in the next Lok Sabha to provide death penalty for the drug smugglers and their political patrons. He said special courts would be set up in Punjab to deal with the cases relating to smuggling once the congress forms its government in 2017. He said nothing could be more unfortunate than the fact that Guru Ki Nagri Amritsar, the Vatican of the Sikhs, was also known for Maqboolpura, the locality of widows where scores of people died due to addiction to drugs. He said in Gurdaspur, the people had seen the true colours of both the BJP candidate, Mr. Vinod Khanna and the Aam Aadmi Party candidate, Mr. Sucha Singh Chhotepur, who was not loyal even to himself. He said a new chapter would usher in Punjab on May 16 when the process would start for the end of this Zulmi Raj.
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