AAP phases protest towards Punjab Governor over Meeting session cancellation

AAP phases protest towards Punjab Governor over Meeting session cancellation


CHANDIGARH: All 92 legislators of Punjab’s ruling Aam Aadmi Occasion (AAP) on Thursday held a ‘shanti march’ from the Meeting to the Raj Bhavan right here to protest cancellation of the particular Meeting session summoned to carry a confidence movement.

Holding banners with slogans “Killer of Democracy”, “Congress-BJP Killing Democracy” and “Cease Operation Lotus”, MLAs and employees raised slogans towards the opposition events, alleging they have been attempting to halt the progress of the federal government by working clandestinely towards the AAP in Punjab.

The MLAs dubbed the Governor’s resolution of withdrawing his earlier order calling the particular session as a “mockery of democracy”.

They stated the Opposition events, together with the Congress, the BJP and SAD have been working collectively to weaken democracy as they’re “baffled by the extraordinary functioning of the AAP authorities led by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann”. “However their nefarious agenda will probably be thwarted by the devoted troopers of AAP and its supremo Arvind Kejriwal,” a frontrunner stated.

They accused the Congress of being a “B-team” of the BJP and dealing deceitfully for the saffron occasion. They accused the Governor of cancelling the Meeting session on the behest of the BJP and the Opposition leaders of dancing on the tunes of the BJP to safeguard their positions amid threats of the CBI and the Enforcement Directorate raids.

They stated the AAP authorities will summon a particular Meeting session on September 27 to debate numerous points pertaining to the state.

The federal government may also method the Supreme Courtroom towards the “arbitrary and anti-democratic resolution” of the Governor to cancel the permission with out taking consent of the council of ministers, as per the regulation.



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