Gurdaspur: The other day, during Arvind Kejriwal’s rally, AAP’s candidate from the Gurdaspur Assembly Headquarters, Raman Bahl, surprised everyone when he openly entered the MLA Barindermeet Singh Pahra Congress in his Extempore. Raman said, “The lawmaker calls me an apostate. Well, that’s a classic case where the pot calls the kettle black. Pahra forgets that his grandfather, who remained an MLA from that seat, was a die-hard Akali. Even in Congress, the MLA shifts allegiances from one leader to another. Let me remind you that a rolling stone does not collect moss, ”said Raman.
Left in the lurch by parties
Sangrur: Members of the brahmin community feel neglected by the congressional government in the Sangrur constituency and have decided to organize a show of strength in a local temple next Sunday. They claimed that the congressional leaders were promoting other communities and said they would finalize their future course of action next week. “Congress leaders attach importance to other communities and have called their members to various critical positions,” claimed the members of the community.
Dy Speaker loses his nerve
Muktsar: While addressing a public rally here recently, Deputy Speaker of Parliament and Malout Legislator Ajaib Singh Bhatti lost his temper when he saw Transport Minister Amrinder Singh Raja Warring interact with one of the two Deputy Prime Ministers during his address. Bhatti interrupted the speech and asked Warring what the discussion was about. The Minister of Transportation then apologized to Bhatti and asked him to continue with his speech. Above all,
when Bhatti came to the podium, Warring had addressed him as “Buddha Sher”. However, Bhatti later praised Warring for his enthusiasm.
What’s in a name Ask Cong
Muktsar: Answers to those who terminate Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi as ‘Ailaanjit’ for several announcements shortly before the general election, the MLA Congress of Zira Kulbir Singh Zira said at a rally here that Channi is ‘Vishwas-e-Punjab’. He’s also taken some potshots on politicians in other outfits.
The dispute over buses continues
Muktsar: The SAD aims at Transport Minister Amrinder Singh Raja Warring for the use of state buses for the congress rally in the village of Doda. Hardeep Singh Dimpy Dhillon, who is also a co-owner of New Deep Transport, said: “The Minister of Transport used nearly 500 state buses to take people to the venue. The cost of a bus is approximately Rs 35,000, so Warring caused a loss of Rs 1.75 crore to the Treasury. Who is going to pay for that? ”
Contributed by ravi dhaliwal, Parvesh Sharma & Archit Watts