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Capt Amarinder should take moral responsibility for politicizing SIT inquiry: Harsimrat Badal

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Sardulgarh/Budhladha/Mansa, June 2, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Union food processing industries minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal today said chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh should own moral responsibility for politicising unfortunate incidents of police action in Kotkapura and Behbalkalan after the chargesheet filed by his blue eyed officer had been debunked by the entire SIT team of senior police officers.

Addressing large public meetings as part of her thanksgiving tour following the exemplary win against the Congress – AAP and PEP combine, Mrs Badal sat among the people to listen to their grievances and also called up officers to redress them. She also offered help to needy families for weddings of their daughters from her own pocket.

Speaking on the occasion, Mrs Badal said the chief minister had been exposed earlier when he took a false pledge in the name of Sri Guru Gobind Singh ji. “Now he has been exposed again with the entire SIT team objecting to politicisation of the inquiry into the police actions and stating on record that the CM’s blue eyed boy IG Kunwar Vijay had filed a chargesheet in the case without even consulting them.

“This shows how politicised the inquiry has become. Like the Ranjit Singh Commission report this chargesheet has also apparently been prepared in the Congress Bhawan. The chief minister must now take moral responsibility for this and resign forthwith”, Mrs Badal added.

Stating that the reverse countdown of the Congress party had started, the Union minister said the people had rejected the false propaganda launched against her and punished those who had politicised the issue of sacrilege. “The people have also got fed up of the Congress government’s inability to deliver on its promises”.

Asking the Congress government to stop resorting to blame game and clean up its act, Mrs Badal said health services should not be affected due to the government’s inability to recruit medical teachers. “Earlier the government put hurdles in the commissioning of the AIIMS institute.

Now it is denying quality health services to the people by not recruiting medical teachers”. She said this was not all. “The government has failed to issue Rs five lakh health cards for availing medical care to the people. It has not implemented the pension scheme for labour nor issued Rs 1.5 lakh for houses for poor”.

Assuring the people that it would jolt the anti- people Congress government into action, Mrs Badal said “we will launch a mass movement to ensure all the facilities extended by the centre to the people are made available to Punjabis”.

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