Arvind Kejriwal appeals to people to vote for AAP to save Punjab

Punjab's Majitha

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"PM Modi at the Centre and Parkash Singh Badal in Punjab will work as double engine of state's growth", he said. But they give a slight advantage to the Congress and they predict that the party will get around 55 seats, followed by AAP with around 50 and then the ruling alliance SAD-BJP with 12 out of the total 112 seats.

Modi asserted that the state needed the SAD-BJP, which could guarantee safety of the nation.

Speaking at a rally in Amritsar, he said Capt. Amarinder, Pradesh Congress Committee president, rarely attended Parliament after his election as MP from Amritsar.

Mann further said that Navjot Sidhu who addressed a rally at Gidderbaha had virtually addressed "drunkards" brought from Rajasthan.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday accused the BJP, Shiromani Akali Dal and the Congress of working together against the AAP in Punjab, which goes to polls on February 4. They are fooling the people in order to seize power. Mr. Kejriwal, AAP national convener, was dreaming of becoming Chief Minister of every State he visited.

"Modiji may turn down request of other chief ministers but whenever I have approached him with plans and programmes for Punjab's development, he never turns it down", Badal claimed.

"The house is in the name of Karanjit Kaur, wife of Gurinder Singh who is a citizen of United Kingdom", he said. The candidates who stood with him on stage, besides bypoll nominee Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina, included BJP's Anil Joshi, Rakesh Gill, Rajesh Honey, and Tarun Chugh, and SAD's Gurpartap Tikka. Dubbing "political opportunism" as the "forte" of Congress, he said, "A party living on its last breaths, it is incapable of doing anything [for the people]".

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