J P Nadda charges Congress government in Punjab of making use of every method to scuttle PM’s programs

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By PTI

BRAND-NEW DELHI: BJP head of state J P Nadda charged the Congress government in Punjab on Wednesday of attempting “all possible tricks to scuttle” Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s programs, consisting of a rally, in the state.

Hitting out at the state government after Modi’s rally was aborted and also one more program interfered with as militants obstructed his course breaching the safety and security method, Nadda claimed what is very uneasy is that the event was additionally a huge safety and security gap.

“Protestors were given access to the Prime Minister’s route while the Punjab CS (chief secretary) and DGP gave assurances to SPG that the route is clear. To make matters worse, CM Channi refused to get on the phone to either address the matter or solve it. The tactics used by the Congress government in Punjab would pain anyone who believes in democratic principles,” he claimed in a tweet.

Nadda declared that the state cops was advised to avoid individuals from going to Modi’s rally and also a multitude of buses were stranded due to the high-handedness of the cops in connivance with the militants.

In doing so, they did not trouble that the prime minister was to commemorate Bhagat Singh and also various other flexibility competitors, and also lay the structure rock for essential advancement jobs, the BJP head of state claimed.

“By their cheap antics, Congress government in Punjab has shown that they are anti-development and have no respect for freedom fighters too,” he claimed, affirming that it was done as the ruling party in the state is afraid an unquestionable loss in the upcoming Assembly surveys.

“It is sad that the PM’s visit to launch development projects worth thousands of crores for Punjab was disrupted. But we will not let such cheap mentality hinder progress of Punjab and will continue the effort for the development of Punjab,” Nadda claimed.