To save his son from ED cases Captain pushing Punjab’s businessman sons into trouble: Raghav Chadha

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-Capt sold Punjab to Modi-Shah due to his own weaknesses-Bhagwant Mann

Capt. wants to undermine farmers’ movement by conniving with Modi

Chandigarh : Aam Aadmi Party’s co-incharge for Punjab & MLA from Rajendra Nagar, Raghav Chadha and state president & MP Sangrur Bhagwant Mann on Monday slammed Punjab chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh stating that the latter did not raise the voice of the farmers who were protesting in Punjab for the first two months. In a joint statement issued from Chandigarh, the leaders said that when the farmers reached Delhi border for agitation, Capt Amarinder Singh instead of supporting them made a settlement in exchange with the centre government regarding his son’s ED cases. “Why a secret meeting was held between Capt and Amit Shah. What had happened in the meeting? The people of Punjab want to know whether he had made a settlement with the Modi government for his son’s ED cases,” Chadha said.

The leaders said that under a deal with PM Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah, Capt was playing tricks to undermine the farmers’ movement in every way possible. He further said that after harassing the farmers, the Narendra Modi led central government is now troubling the Punjab businessmen by imposing Income Tax raids at their offices and residences, because their only fault was supporting the farmers’ movement and providing them every possible help to make it more powerful.

“This dictatorial attitude of Narendra Modi is nothing new, but the chief minister of those arthiyas who faced Income Tax raids at their offices and houses did not raise a single word against Modi and is acting like a mute spectator. Capt is resting in his ‘Mahal’ but not raising voice in support of the arthiyas,” said Chadha. He said that Capt had betrayed those arthiyas who helped him to get power.  “Capt has sold Punjab due to his weaknesses and is working hand in gloves with Narendra Modi to suppress the farmers’ movement,” the leaders added.

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