The marketing campaign will begin in the district from April 7
Barnala: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) will have been campaigning from village to village since April 7 to boost public consciousness in opposition to the rising energy tariffs in the state. The authorities will be pressured to offer free electricity to the individuals of the state following the strains of the Delhi authorities.
This was acknowledged by AAP district president Gurdeep Singh Bath throughout a press convention right here. Bath stated that in the present period of skyrocketing inflation the rising costs of electricity because of unhealthy insurance policies of the Punjab authorities have made the lives of the individuals much more tough. The wrestle being waged by the get together in opposition to the electricity bills would pressure the Capt. Amarinder Singh authorities of Punjab to scale back the ability costs. This motion will attain every road, every village, city, and metropolis.
He stated that our volunteers and staff ought to go door to door to get details about electricity bills. He stated that earlier the Akali Dal authorities and now the Congress has entered into expensive agreements with personal corporations maintaining in view their pursuits. Both the Akali and Congress governments handed over Rs 5429 crore from 2013 to 2021 to personal thermals with out consuming electricity. Gurdeep Bath stated that energy was being generated in Punjab however nonetheless costly energy is being offered, whereas Delhi had no thermal energy of its personal however offering electricity freed from price. On the opposite hand, the Punjab authorities is robbing the individuals and looting the general public exchequer.
He stated that get together staff would burn bills in every district, every village, every block, every metropolis, every road from April 7 throughout Punjab. on the event, state leaders Prem Kumar, Bhola Singh, Barnala MLA Meet Hair’s PA Rohit, District Secretary Tarsem Singh Kahneke, Labh Singh Ugoke, Ravi Dhillwan, Tejinder Singh Dhillwan, Pargat Singh Dhoorkot, Jassi Kaleke, Gursewak Singh Thind, Sanjeev Kumar, Bhagwan Dhaula, Karamjit Singh Jawanda, Satnam Aspal Kalan, Panch Harbans Sekha, Councilor Rupinder Sheetal Bunty, Rajat Bansal, SP Gupta, Ram Tirath Manna, Lovepreet Deewana, and so on. had been current.