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In Amritsar, Badal says AAP a mirage, failure on all fronts

Terming the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) as a ‘mirage’ and ‘failure on all fronts’ in Delhi, Punjab chief minister Prakash Singh Badal on Saturday said the party has attained power in Delhi by misleading the electorate.

punjab Updated: Jan 10, 2016 09:31 IST
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Punjab chief minister Prakash Singh Badal on Saturday said the party has attained power in Delhi by misleading the electorate.
Punjab chief minister Prakash Singh Badal on Saturday said the party has attained power in Delhi by misleading the electorate.(HT file photo)

Terming the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) as a ‘mirage’ and ‘failure on all fronts’ in Delhi, Punjab chief minister Prakash Singh Badal on Saturday said the party has attained power in Delhi by misleading the electorate.

“The party has not fulfilled any of its promise and failed to deliver good governance,” Badal said while addressing a series of gatherings during the “sangat darshan” programme in the Rajasansi assembly segment.

“The AAP has been badly exposed in Delhi. Now its leaders are squabbling to grab power in Punjab, but the Punjabis won’t fall prey to their tactics,” claimed the chief minister.

“The AAP is just a bunch of opportunists and defectors, who have left one party or the other to acquire power. When doors of all the parties were closed for these people, they joined the AAP,” he alleged. “The sole aim of these people is to wrest power in the state,” Badal said. He said the SAD was the only party committed for overall development of Punjab and its prosperity.

Stop bothering about AAP, Mann tells Badal

AAP leader and Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann on Saturday told chief minister Parkash Singh Badal that he should “stop bothering” about the party and focus on “fulfilling bogus promises” made to the people.