AAP to decimate from political scene of Punjab before assembly polls : Badal

Lasai, Sangrur : Terming the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) a ‘bunch of unprincipled leaders’, Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal today said that due to the ongoing ‘tug of war’ the party would vanish from political arena of state before the ensuing Assembly elections. Interacting with the mediapersons on the sidelines of the sangat darshan program in Amargarh assembly segment here today, he said that what else could be the fate of the party whose two parliamentarians and one state convener besides several other leaders were quitting the party one after another. He said that it was a clear indication that this ‘house of cards’ would crumble soon. Feigning ignorance about missing AAP MP Bhagwant Mann, Mr Badal said that he was not having any knowledge about his gone missing, adding that if needed government would trace the Lok Sabha MP as it was duty of every government to trace the missing persons. On another query, he said that the state government was fully ready to tackle the menace of dengue in the state, adding that necessary directions have been given to the Health department to take all the preventive steps to control this disease. Felicitating Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his birthday, Mr Badal said that as the Prime Minister Mr Modi has put the country on the high growth trajectory. He said that under the leadership of Mr Modi country has scripted new success story in every field due to which India’s prestige has increased manifolds. He said that he had already congratulated the Prime Minister on his birthday.

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