ADAMPUR- Senior Bharatiya Janata Party chief and former Punjab Chief Minister, Capt Amarinder Singh in the present day expressed grave concern over the deteriorating legislation and order scenario within the state.
Addressing a nicely attended public assembly in help of the BJP candidate for Jalandhar parliamentary by-election, Inder Iqbal Singh Atwal right here in the present day, Capt Amarinder mentioned, if the scenario continued like this, no one will come to put money into Punjab which can badly hit the state’s economic system.
The former Chief Minister identified how murders had been happening in Punjab with criminals having no worry of legislation, whereas the dreaded gangsters had been ruling the roost from the jails and even giving interviews to the media.
He mentioned, the youth of the state had been already migrating in a foreign country as they don’t see any future right here. He requested the Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann to deal with these urgent points the state was confronted with.
The former Chief Minister additionally expressed concern over the prevalence of medication within the state and blamed the Aam Aadmi Party authorities for its failure to curb this menace.
Making a fervent enchantment to individuals to vote for the BJP candidate Atwal, he mentioned, the celebration (the BJP) had proved its capabilities each on the home and the worldwide fronts.
Besides, he added, nation’s economic system was doing the very best underneath the Prime Ministership of Narendra Modi. He identified, world economic system together with that of the United States and Europe was in doldrums, whereas India remained steady and powerful.
He mentioned, in Punjab additionally individuals had been trying ahead to vote and help the BJP as wherever the BJP was in energy, there was peace, progress and prosperity. He mentioned, he might really feel nice enthusiasm among the many individuals as they tremendously admired the Prime Minister Modi.
Among others current on the event included Union Minister Som Parkash, Inder Iqbal Singh Atwal, Jai Inder Kaur, Parminder Brar and others.