River waters of Punjab will not be shared, says Harpal Cheema
Chandigarh, April 20
Caught on the unsuitable foot on the query of the Sutlej-Yamuna Hyperlink (SYL) canal and free energy sop that comes with a couple of riders, the Aam Aadmi Occasion (AAP) has hit again on the Opposition claiming the state was paying a worth for the “misdemeanours of the earlier governments”.
The occasion has made it clear that not a single drop of water from Punjab would movement out to a different state, whereas it blamed the earlier Congress and SAD governments for the state’s fiscal mess and the rationale sufficient for not extending the free energy sop to all.
The AAP authorities has drawn flak over occasion’s Rajya Sabha member Sushil Gupta’s SYL remarks. He has mentioned that “by 2025, there can be an AAP authorities in Haryana, which might guarantee coordination with the AAP authorities in Punjab within the development of the SYL and its water to each discipline”.
In a video message, Finance Minister Harpal Cheema at the moment mentioned Punjab had the only real proper over its river waters.
“Not a single drop of water will movement out to a different state. We’re able to make any sacrifice for preserving the riparian rights of Punjab. I’m stunned that the events that are actually elevating the matter are those who let it cling hearth after they have been in energy. All they do is play petty politics over the difficulty,” he mentioned.
Since yesterday, the Opposition has been attacking the federal government over the remarks made by Energy Minister Harbhajan Singh, who had mentioned these from socially deprived sections and minority communities having greater than 1 kilowatt of load and submitting Earnings Tax returns wouldn’t be entitled to free energy (as much as 600 items in a single billing cycle of two months).
Countering the Opposition, occasion spokesperson Malwinder Singh Kang mentioned: “Had the earlier Congress and Akali Dal governments not left the state funds in doldrums, all residents of Punjab would have acquired free energy at the moment.” — TNS
Not a single drop of water will movement out to a different state. We’re able to make any sacrifice for preserving the riparian rights of Punjab. — Harpal Cheema, FM