Badal cautions Amarinder against ‘misleading’ people
Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Parkash
Singh Badal today asked PCC President Amarinder Singh to
desist from "the old habit of raising the bogey of false
cases" against Congress leaders and challenged him to bring to
his notice any such single case.
Reacting to the allegation of Amarinder Singh that false
cases were being registered against Congress leaders at the
instance of ruling party, the Chief Minister said his
government never believed in politics of vendetta and "made a
clear decision that we would ensure justice to every citizen".
He said in a statement here that "you had been levelling
similar allegations that 50,000 false cases have been
registered against Congress leaders in the last five years and
twice on the floor of the House, I have rejected your
allegations and challenged to produce any single case but
you have failed to do that."
The Chief Minister said "your propaganda regarding false
cases have been rejected by the people of Punjab in the
recent assembly elections as the intelligent electorate have
seen through the hollowness of your allegations.
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