To hide their failures, Congress join hands with rebel leaders of SAD: Dhillon
Dhillon was interacting with media persons
Ludhiana: Leader of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) in Vidhan Sabha Sharanjit Singh Dhillon said that the Congress government has failed on every front and to hide their failures the ruling party is trying to weaken the SAD by motivating the rebel SAD leaders to speak against the party.
Legislator from Sahnewal constituency Dhillon said that the Congress will not succeed in its game plan the rebel leaders will not make any impact to weaken the SAD.
Dhillon was interacting with media persons at a function organised by Youth Akali Dal district president Gurdeep Singh Gosha to honour Sharanjit Singh Dhillon and Manpreet Singh Ayali.
Dhillon said that SAD is united under the leadership of Sukhbir Singh Badal and no rebel leader can harm the party.
Further, Dhillon said that Congress Government failed to fulfill the promises with people of Punjab and to hide their failures the Congress is trying to weaken the SAD.
Dhillon said that being opposition party they will expose the Congress government on every front.
MLA Manpreet Singh Ayali and senior SAD leader Maheshinder Singh Grewal said that the victory in Dakha by-elections indicated the formation of SAD government in 2022. They said that the Congress government has made several promises with the people and now every section of society is unhappy with the government.
Youth Akali Dal district president Gurdeep Singh Gosha said that the Youth leaders will act as a link between the common people and senior party leaders and the party leadership is committed to take up the issues of common people at suitable platforms.
Present on the occasion included, Vinod Jain, Sunil Mehra, Jaspal Singh Bunty, Anshu Bains, Jasmet Singh Makkar, Kamal Arora, Manpreet Singh Kakkar, Arvinder Singh Tony, Gurinder Singh Jolly, Jagjeet Singh Neeta, Khushjeet Singh, Sham Singh, Maninder Singh Middha, Balwinder Singh Khalsa, Jagmeet Makkar, Dharminder Singh, Harwinderpal Singh and Surinderpal Singh Dua.