Chandigarh- The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on Saturday urged Punjab Governor Banwarilal Purohit to order a judicial probe into the ‘manmade’ flood disaster created in Punjab by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) authorities.

SAD additionally appealed to Governor to ship an evaluation of the harm prompted to the Centre to avail enhanced reduction for the state.

A high-level SAD delegation which met the Governor right here and submitted a memorandum to him, appealed to him to get the excise rip-off probed by the CBI and Enforcement Directorate (ED) even because it requested for a probe into the function of the Chief Minister, the Excise Minister and all others liable for inflicting a lack of a whole lot of crores to the state exchequer as admitted by the Cabinet subcommittee.

The delegation additionally urged the Governor to declare formation of a union by staff of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) as unlawful, cease the switch of land to Haryana for development of a brand new Vidhan Sabha constructing, withdraw the proposal to double parking charges for automobiles apart from these from the union territory in Chandigarh, channelise the Ghaggar from Khanauri to Makror Sahib and create an elevated street between Shatrana and Shergarh village in Patiala on the Jammu-Katra freeway to resolve difficulty of obstruction of the pure circulate of water within the space.

The delegation led by Prem Singh Chandumajra, Bikram Singh Majithia, Surjit Singh Rakhra, Daljit Singh Cheema and Sukhwinder Kumar whereas presenting the memorandum to the Governor detailed now a judicial inquiry by a sitting choose of the Punjab and Haryana excessive court docket was essential to e-book all those that had prompted unimaginable distress to lakhs of Punjabis by failing to do their duties.

The delegation additionally urged the Governor to ship an evaluation of the harm brought on by the floods to the Centre in order that enhanced reduction could possibly be given to the state.

It famous that the state had didn’t even get the harm assessed by the Central group which might are available the best way of launch of funds from the Disaster Management Fund to the state.

It additionally urged the Governor to direct the federal government to submit a report on the whole harm in addition to reduction distributed until now together with how the Rs 218 crore acquired from the Centre had been spent.

It knowledgeable the Governor that ‘girdwari’ had not been finished until but and demanded that interim reduction needs to be given on the charge of Rs 25, 000 per acre to farmers whose paddy crop had been destroyed and Rs 5 lakh needs to be given to house owners whose homes had been broken by flood waters.

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