Can’t share water, BJP passes decision at government meet
AMRITSAR, JANUARY 23
The state government of the BJP, led by Ashwani Kumar Sharma, immediately handed a decision, stating that Punjab didn’t have surplus water to share with every other state. The social gathering’s two-day assembly concluded right here on Monday.
After Congress stalwarts, former Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, former Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal and former ministers Gurpreet Singh Kangar, Rajkumar Verka, Sunder Sham Arora, Balbir Singh Sidhu and Rana Gurmit Sodhi, joined the BJP, the social gathering needed to make use of this as a dividend to consolidate its presence within the rural areas.
It’s prone to trigger ripples in SAD. The BJP used to contest from city areas when it was in alliance with SAD. Extra resolutions, together with drug-free Punjab, higher regulation and order and steps to spice up economic system, have been additionally handed.
Ashwani Sharma said that since Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann led AAP authorities got here to energy, secessionist voices had turn out to be vociferous whereas the federal government seemed helpless. The regulation and order scenario was deteriorating.
To contest the Lok Sabha elections in Punjab in 2024, the BJP has ready ‘Mission-13’. For this, work will take off quickly with the help of veteran Congress leaders, who at the moment are with the BJP.
Union Dwelling Minister Amit Shah and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh would go to each Meeting seat, he mentioned and added that for this, rallies and mass contact programmes can be held in every phase.