Punjab deputy CM continues attack on AAP

Sukhbir said that the problems of Kashmiri Sikhs had been taken up the matter with the Centre and Jammu and Kashmir state governments.

By: Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published:August 14, 2016 4:01 am
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Punjab Deputy CM Sukhbir Singh Badal continued his attack on AAP Saturday saying that the party had links with hardliners. The ruling alliance, he said, will not allow anyone to disturb the peace in the state.

Despite CM Parkash Singh Badal saying that he had no evidence to support claims of AAP having links with hardliners or of a foreign hand in the recent incidents of violence in the state, Sukhbir said that he stood by his earlier statement.

“I stand by my statement that AAP has links with radicals,” he said. He added that the Pakistan’s ISI was trying to destabilise the state. He, however, said he had no difference of opinion with the Chief Minister.

Sukhbir said that the problems of Kashmiri Sikhs had been taken up the matter with the Centre and Jammu and Kashmir state governments.

Meanwhile at Malerkotla, strongly castigating Congress and the AAP- Sukhbir Badal said that both these parties are anti-Punjab.

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