Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC) general secretary fateh singh bajwa on Wednesday said that SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal had lost his mental balance and needed immediate medical attention.
He claimed that Sukhbir Badal had gone Bajwa-phobic.
Speaking at a rally held after burning the effigy of revenue minister Bikram Singh Majithia at Qadian, Fateh Bajwa claimed Majithia was the kingpin of drug mafia in Punjab.
He said that Sukhbir Badal was trying to save his brother-in-law from the clutches of law. The power and money has blinded the SAD president, he added.
Fateh Bajwa said PPCC president Partap Singh Bajwa had taken a strong initiative to save the youth of Punjab from drug menace.
He said it was a known fact that Majithia and his protégé Maninder Singh Aulakh were providing material and logistical support to druglord Jagdish Singh Bhola.
"The police claimed they had nabbed 60 drug traffickers following Bhola's confession, but why are they not arresting Majithia who was also named by him," Fateh Bajwa said.
He said Sukbir had also made unfounded allegations against his father and former minister late Satnam Singh Bajwa and other Congress leaders.
He said Sukhbir had become morally bankrupt. He said the late Satnam Singh Bajwa (PPCC chief Partap Singh Bajwa's father) had sacrificed his life for the country while fighting against the terrorists.
"Does Sukhbir Badal have any family member who ever martyred for this country? When Punjab was burning during militancy, Sukhbir Badal was sent to the USA," he said.
He said that false propaganda against the Bajwa family was being carried by the SAD leaders who have links with drug smugglers. He said Sukhbir had humiliated the families of martyrs and people would not forgive him.
Fateh Bajwa further said if Sukhbir was so sure of his brother-in-law's innocence he should have happily accepted the demand for CBI probe into the drug scandal.
The Bajwa family is also ready to face CBI probe, Fateh Bajwa said, adding that the chief minister was free to probe the activities of drug smugglers during the Congress rule between 2002 and 2007.