“Development will be our poll plank in this bypoll and even in the 2017 elections. The party has created a special Rs 10,000-crore fund for development in urban and rural areas across the state,” said Sukhbir.
The statements are significant because both Congress and SAD have repeatedly asserted that the 2017 polls will be a direct contest between the two parties and AAP, “with no political base in the state”, would be nowhere in the competition.
“Teenagers drive rashly, resulting in fatal accidents at times. They are often caught at nakas without papers and helmets. They fear getting challaned, but are not bothered about their lives," the minister said.