Tribune News Service
Patiala, January 25
Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh blamed the latest attack on a state Congress MP and MLA at Singhu Border on rival Aam Aadmi Party, implying that the get together was in cahoots with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to “weaken the farmers’ protest”.
“Farmers had been protesting peacefully at the Delhi border for 2 months with out resorting to any such acts,” a press launch quoted him as saying. He added that AAP staff current close to the Kisan Sansad had attacked and manhandled Punjab Congress MP Ravneet Singh Bittu and MLA Kulbir Singh Zira.
“AAP is tenting there,” he stated, asserting that “No one however AAP is liable for the attack. “Farmers should not accountable,” he added.
“They (AAP) ought to perceive, nevertheless, that this nation is flourishing on ‘lokshahi’ (democracy) and never ‘dhakashahi’ (push and shove),” he advised the press on the sidelines of numerous occasions right here in Patiala.
Intelligence stories point out that AAP staff had intermingled with farmers and assaulted the Congress leaders, the Chief Minister stated later, including that the AAP’s determined makes an attempt to undermine him and his authorities in Punjab had been turning into increasingly brazen by the day.
“After their efforts to unfold false propaganda and lies in regards to the Congress authorities in Punjab had did not mislead the farmers, that they had resorted to violence in opposition to Bittu and Zira, he stated.
The farmers had no motive to assault the Punjab Congress leaders, Captain Amarinder stated, including that “such ways wouldn’t assist AAP drive a wedge between his authorities and the farmers, which they’ve been making an attempt to do for months now at the bidding of Arvind Kejriwal, who’s clearly dancing to the BJP management’s tune.”