Don’t worry about Capt’s lifestyle: Jakhar to Sukhbir
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Congress Legislative Party leader Sunil Jakhar on Thursday asked Deputy Chief Minister Sukhbir Singh Badal to better worry about the people of Punjab and not about the lifestyle of state Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh.
Jakhar was addressing mediapersons on Sukhbir's statement regarding what Amarinder eats and does. "The deputy chief minister should stop worrying about Amarinder and start worrying about people of Punjab, who are facing untold miseries thanks to the failure of his government," he said.
"Sukhbir is only trying to divert public attention as he is finding it difficult to make Joginderpal Jain acceptable to people of Moga, particularly to SAD workers. Even Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal did not approve of Jain's joining SAD," he added.
Capt question Sukhbir U-turn on Jain
LUDHIANA: State Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday reminded Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and his deputy, Sukhbir Singh Badal, that till recent past, before Joginderpal Jain joined SAD, they had described him (Jain) as an "international smuggler". "Now, Sukhbir himself is campaigning for the same man and trying to send him to the Assembly. No matter how hard you try, Jain will never again see the gates of the Punjab Assembly anymore," he said.
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