Punjab Congress president Partap Singh Bajwa on Sunday announced that a mass contact programme would be launched in Punjab from July 15, covering all 117 assembly constituencies, with an eye on the 2014 parliamentary elections. Bajwa said he would cover two assembly constituencies in a day and 32 a month.
He said he programme agenda according to him would be policies of SAD-BJP led state government and UPA led central government. "We would expose the state coalition that in the garb of central grant state government is carrying out all development but not giving any credit," adds Bajwa.
Bajwa said his party would enroll the unemployed in the state and after compiling the data he would move court, proving claims of the state government wrong. Speaking about three resolutions passed by the Congress at the meeting against the state government, Bajwa said on economic situation, social situation and law and order, the state government has proved to be a failure.
'Show me the letter'
Commenting on the controversy Partap Singh Bajwa demanded that he be shown the letter written by Amarinder. Controversies are common for politicians but we should not stop working.