Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal would soon hold a 'sangat darshan' programme at Kahnuwan, Qadian and Dhariwal to distribute cheques among gram panchayats of these areas for developmental works.
Former Punjab minister Sewa Singh Sekhwan said this while addressing a public meeting at Theh Tikka village on Saturday.
He claimed that the popularity of the SAD-BJP alliance government was rising day by day, due to which the combine had swept the elections to the Panchayati Raj Institutions in the state.
Taking a dig at the opposition, he said that the Congress should forget that it would come to power again in the state, adding that the SAD-BJP alliance would win all 13 seats in Punjab in the 2014 general election.
Sekhwan said that the Congress' experiment of appointing Partap Singh Bajwa as the new president of its Punjab unit would utterly fail and rather lead the party to a new low in the general election.
The SAD leader urged the newly elected sarpanches and panches to help the rural people derive maximum benefits from different policies and programmes of the state government.
Sekhwan was addressing public meetings to thank the voters of different villages of Kahnuwan area for electing SAD-supported candidates in the PRI elections.