Full collapse of regulation and order in Punjab: Capt Amarinder Singh
Chandigarh, February 23
Former Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh at the moment expressed grave concern over the Ajnala incident the place the supporters of Sikh preacher Amritpal laid siege on the police station, which led to a scuffle and accidents to a number of police personnel.
“This isn’t solely a whole collapse of the regulation and order state of affairs in Punjab, it’s extra severe than that,” Capt Amarinder mentioned in an announcement, whereas stating that this incident has severe safety implications for the state and the nation.
The senior BJP chief drew the central authorities’s consideration in the direction of this incident warning that there was a selected sample in these incidents, which doesn’t bode effectively for the nationwide safety. “Significantly when Pakistan is there to encourage and exploit such a state of affairs”, he noticed, whereas elevating questions over the competence of the state authorities in coping with such a state of affairs.
Capt Amarinder additionally questioned the motive behind carrying holy Guru Granth Sahib to the protest web site, which he mentioned was unacceptable.
The previous Chief Minister appreciated the restraint exercised by the police in coping with those that laid siege to the police station. “Whereas the state of affairs must be dealt with with care, on the similar time, rule of regulation should prevail”, he added.