Muktsar: Giving a kick-start to AAP's campaign for 2017 Punjab polls, its convener Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday launched a scathing attack on both Akalis and Congress, accusing them of being hand in glove with each other, and asked people to vote for AAP to end "corruption, drug abuse, farmer suicides" and put the state back on "right track".
Hitting out at the Badals, the Delhi Chief Minister said that once his party comes to power, it will launch a commission of inquiry against the family to investigate their "misrule" in last ten years and send them behind bars.
At the same time, talking about compensation to families of security personnel who died in the Pathankot terror attack, he said, "If AAP government comes to power, we will give compensation of Rs 1 crore each to the families of the two martyrs who laid down their lives while fighting terrorists in Pathankot," as per PTI.
Yesterday, Kejriwal met the families of Havildar Kulwant Singh and Honorary Captain Fateh Singh at Gurdaspur. Delhi Chief Minister and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal has made a controversial remark, while, addressing his first election rally in Punjab.
The Delhi CM, wearing a green pullover and yellow turban, was accompanied by the party's Punjab affairs incharge Sanjay Singh, Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann, party convener (Punjab) Sucha Singh Chottepur, lawyer HS Phoola, Sukhpal Khaira and Himmat Singh Shergill, among others.
(With PTI inputs)