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CM Badal sees AAP’s Chandigarh rally as “flop show”; Says Game Over for AAP

May 17, 2016 | By

Chandigarh: In a written statement issued yesterday, the Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal said that the Aam Admi Party’s so-called rally and Gherao programme today was “a massive flop show”. He maintianed that the rally failed because of AAP’s “act of betrayal of Punjab on the river waters issue” and because of “their politics of fraud, deception and cheap stunts”.

“Their game is over. It is time for the circus called Aam Admi Party to fold up their tents and leave, because the people of Punjab, especially our farmers, have spoken out most clearly and categorically that they are not amused or entertained by the petty songs, vulgar jokes and cheap stunts and gimmicks indulged in by the indulged in by the organisers of the AAP circus.,” said CM Badal in statement.

Parkash Singh Badal [File Photo]

Parkash Singh Badal [File Photo]

He alleged that the leaders of AAP in Punjab are remote-controlled by notorious non-Punjabi actors who were hated by the people in their own states because of their corrupt, criminal and immoral acts. These non-Punjabi leaders who are most powerful in that party have no interest in the welfare of the state nor did they understand Punjabi pride in their state and its culture.

A view of AAP rally near Chandigarh

A view of AAP rally near Chandigarh

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“The AAP leaders of Punjab were acting at the behest of their non-Punjabi masters and were defaming and ridiculing their own state. They were trying day and night to prove that Punjabis especially Punjabi youth were no match for youth of other states like Biharis, Begalis, UP-ites etc. Today, the AAP leaders must have found out what Punjabi youth and farmers think about this act of betrayal of Punjab by AAP”, said senior Badal.

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The Chief Minister said that the phenomenon of farmers’ suicides was not limited to Punjab . “It is a very critical and complex issue and the only way to address it was to make farming a lucrative profession. For this, the best way out is to implement the Swaminathan Formula of giving farmers MSP with 50% profit over the cost of production, because several aspects like the price of land and the human resource and labour provided by members of the farmers’ families were not counted as input costs while deciding the MSP of farmers’ produce.”

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