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BSP to start Punjab Bachao Abhiyaan from November 1

The rally was taken out from Dana Mandi, Jalandhar Bypass.

By: Express News Service | Ludhiana |
Updated: October 18, 2014 12:03:09 am
During the BSP rally in Ludhiana on Friday. (Source: Express photo by Gurmeet Singh) During the BSP rally in Ludhiana on Friday. (Source: Express photo by Gurmeet Singh)

In a state-level protest march by the BSP under the leadership of their state president Avtar Singh Karimpuri, it was announced on Friday that the party would start ‘Punjab Bachao Abhiyaan’ from November 1, and drug addiction in the state would be the main issue.

The rally was taken out from Dana Mandi, Jalandhar Bypass. Later, the BSP leaders went to the DC office to give  a memorandum addressed to the Punjab Governor.

Karimpuri said that the main issue was rising atrocities against Dalits. He raised the suicide case of Dr Supriya, who was a PG resident at DMCH, and the killing of brothers in Jamalpur. He added that complaints had also come from Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Sangrur, Phagwara and many other areas.

He expressed his concern over conversion of 125 seats of MBBS in ST quota into general category.

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Prominent among other leaders were Balwinder Kumar and Balwinder Bitta.

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