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Sanjha Morcha will hold conference on Maghi: Manpreet Badal

Gurpreet Singh Mehak, Hindustan Times  Khanna, December 22, 2012
First Published: 22:36 IST(22/12/2012) | Last Updated: 23:56 IST(22/12/2012)

President of the People's Party of Punjab (PPP) Manpreet Singh Badal has said that Sanjha Morcha will hold its political conference on Maghi.

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Manpreet said this while talking to mediapersons on the sidelines of his meeting with party workers held at the residence of senior PPP leader Gurpreet Singh Bhatti. The meeting was also attended by the PPP's senior leaders Bhagwant Mann and Abhay Sandhu.

Manpreet said the SAD leadership wanted to weaken his party and was threatening the PPP leaders. He said SAD ministers are not ready to face truth. He condemned the use of unparliamentary language by information and public relations minister Bikram Singh Majithia in assembly. 

"People of the state are fed up with SAD-BJP rule and they now feel that they made a wrong choice by voting SAD back to power. The state government has failed on all fronts, especially law and order," he said. 

He alleged that the state's economy was in a shambles due to wrong policies of the SAD-BJP government.

The PPP president said the cable, sand and transport mafias were active in the state and it was the duty of the chief minister to rein in their activities.

"PPP was launched with an ideology and we have tried to stick to that. Hopefully, we will succeed in touching the consciousness of people in the coming days," he said.

Addressing the party workers, Manpreet said: "In the coming years, people of the state will understand the dirty gimmicks being played by the present government. Common man is a big loser. Public exchequer is being misused and corruption is at its peak."

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