CM Man said – I did not bring gangsters to Punjab, but I am saying that I will eliminate them now – न्यूज़लीड India

CM Man said – I did not bring gangsters to Punjab, but I am saying that I will eliminate them now


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Published: Saturday, June 18, 2022, 22:23 [IST]

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Sangrur, Bhagwant Mann, the new Chief Minister of Punjab, has vowed to eliminate gangsters in the state. Talking on the activism of gangsters, he targeted the previous governments. Chief Minister Mann said that I did not bring gangsters in the state. The people whose governments were here before us gave protection to gangsters. Which were used for the fulfillment of political interests. But…I am saying that we are not like those governments. We assure the people that crime and criminals will be completely eradicated from Punjab.

Bhagwant Mann, Chief Minister of Punjab Talk on the activism of gangsters, says- will finish them

Chief Minister Mann said that the opposition is unable to digest the people-friendly works of AAP’s government. The works which were not done in 75 years, they have been completed by the AAP government in three months. Trust the people of Sangrur. His every decision will be in the interest of the people. Bhagwant Mann did a roadshow on the second day in favor of party candidate Sarpanch Gurmel Singh for Sangrur Lok by-election. His road show which started from Dirba ended at Khanauri, Lehra, Chhajli, Jakhepal, Cheeman, Longowal, Sunam. He covered Lehra, Dirba and Sunam assembly circles under Sangrur Lok Sabha constituency in one day. Earlier he had covered light areas of Barnala district. Addressing the people at various places, Bhagwant Mann said that SAD (B) is seeking votes by playing the Panthak card, but as MPs Sukhbir Badal and Harsimrat Badal never raised their voice for the release of captive Sikhs, whereas in the Center His then ally was the BJP government.

Bhagwant Mann, Chief Minister of Punjab Talk on the activism of gangsters, says- will finish them

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Mann said that the power of the pen is always more powerful than the sword. On the promise of the opposition BJP candidate Kewal Singh Dhillon to bring an airport to the light, Mann said that Dhillon has no stand here. He has left Congress and joined BJP, but still he is wearing jacket of Congress.

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Bhagwant Mann, the Chief Minister of Punjab Talk on the activism of gangsters, says- will finish them

Story first published: Saturday, June 18, 2022, 22:23 [IST]



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