Akali Dal questions Punjab CM on looking for resignation from minister
CHANDIGARH: The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on Saturday slammed Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann for procuring the resignation of Fauja Singh Sarari after being in cahoots with him for months ever for the reason that launch of the audio tape depicting the minister indulging in extortion.
Terming the resignation as too little too late, the SAD demanded an neutral enquiry into the complete matter after registration of a legal case in opposition to the previous minister and effecting his arrest.
Asking the Chief Minister to inform the individuals of Punjabi why he had inspired the corrupt deeds of Sarari for months and even indulged in a cover-up operation, senior SAD chief Bikram Singh Majithia mentioned: “It appears they’ve fallen aside or the Chief Minister has lastly felt the strain of Punjabis who’re reeling beneath the corrupt deeds of AAP ministers.”
Majithia mentioned the complete accountability of selecting a corrupt individual as a candidate, later making him a minister and failing to take motion in opposition to him when the audio tape of extortions being made by Sarari was made public fell on the Chief Minister.
“Bhagwant Mann ought to inform Punjabis what have been the extraneous causes for shielding Sarari for all these months,” he mentioned in an announcement.
Stating the Punjabis didn’t imagine that the AAP authorities might do justice within the case, Majithia mentioned an impartial probe by a sitting choose of the Excessive Courtroom might go into the proof in opposition to Sarari to establish the reality in regards to the extent of extortion performed by the previous minister.
He mentioned this was vital as a result of earlier additionally everybody had seen how then cupboard minister Vijay Singla, who had been dismissed from the ministry, had been rehabilitated in AAP by its convenor Arvind Kejriwal and Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.
Majithia requested the Chief Minister to clarify why his authorities had gone utterly silent on the audio tape by which Singla demanded one per cent fee for clearing tenders.
He mentioned the federal government ought to launch the audio tape and in addition inform what motion had been initiated in opposition to Singla on its foundation.