‘Drug Dragon’ is all set to consume its ‘creator’ SAD: AAP

Chandigarh:  Alleging that the 'drug dragon' is all set to swallow its 'creator’ Shiromani Akali Dal, Aam Aadmi Party state convener Sucha Singh Chhotepur today said if Sarwan Singh Phillaur could be dropped as cabinet minister after his son was summoned by Enforcement Directorate then why Akali Minister Bikramjit Singh Majithia and CPS Avinash Chander should not be given marching orders. "Damanvir Singh Phillaur, son of Sarwan Phillaur, has been demanding resignation of Mr Chander after the CPS was also summoned repeatedly for questioning on multi-crore drug racket by ED. The episode is look like as ‘scattered gang’ of drug in which one of the members of the gang was expelled, but other gangster (Chander) and kingpin of the gang (Majithia) are still in operation," Mr Chhotepur said in a statement here. After ‘gulping’ lives of several youths in Punjab, the 'drug dragon’ has now turned towards its 'mentor' and in the days to come more Akalis are expected to raise the demand of Majithia’s resignation, as he was also summoned by the ED for his ‘suspected’ involvement in the multi-drug racket, the AAP convenor added. He revealed that Mr Damanvir’s name cropped up for the first time in the Jagdish Bhola drug racket in February during the latter’s interrogation by the ED. As per Bhola’s disclosure to the central agency, Damanvir was involved in the drug trade and had introduced Delhi-based smuggler Varinder Raja to Chunni Lal Gaba, a businessman who owns a cold store in Goraya and a drug unit in Baddi (Himachal Pradesh). Ultimately, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal within no time took resignation of Mr Sarwan Phillaur, which was the first ‘Akali toll' of 'drug dragon', Mr Chhotepur said.

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