Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu on Sunday alleged that the BJP is utilizing central companies to arm-twist and browbeat political opponents, and set off defections.
Addressing a rally organised by native MLA Balwinder Singh Dhaliwal, Mr Sidhu mentioned rival political leaders are being requested to both be a part of the BJP or be put behind bars.
The BJP resorted to “dangerous politics of vote polarisation and utilizing the Enforcement Directorate and different companies for browbeating opponents to set off defections,” he mentioned.
Taking a dig on the BJP for opening its workplace in Jalandhar, Mr Sidhu mentioned a celebration which was not seen within the state for 5 years has now opened its workplace simply to “arm-twist opponents”.
“The opening of the BJP workplace meant that both ‘aa jao sadey daftar Jalandhar, nahi ta kar diyange jail de andar‘ (both be a part of us or be behind bars),” mentioned Mr Sidhu.
He alleged the BJP is taking part in “soiled video games of making terror amongst its opponents”.
Truthful individuals will stay undeterred by such “methods” of the BJP, he mentioned.
Mr Sidhu mentioned the upcoming Meeting polls within the state are for the subsequent technology and saving Punjab from the mafia.
“If you wish to save Punjab and the subsequent technology, then vote for us however if you wish to make Punjab unlivable, then you’ll be able to vote for thieves and the mafia,” he mentioned.
“The polls are an enormous alternative for selecting between goodness and the mafia, reality and falsehood,” he mentioned.
He spoke in opposition to his political rivals for providing “lollipops” and making false guarantees.
Mr Sidhu mentioned he offers his phrase that his 13-point programme is supposed for the welfare of the poor.
“I promise that I’ll stop politics if 5 lakh jobs weren’t given to expert or unskilled city labour beneath his mannequin,” he mentioned.
“I’m not with the politics of lollipops however for bettering lives of Punjabis,” he mentioned, stressing that his mannequin is pro-poor and pro-farmer.