Badals have ‘looted’ Punjab,will be held accountable: Kejriwal
Chandigarh: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today upped the ante against the ruling Badals, alleging they have “looted” Punjab and will be held accountable for their “misdeeds” if AAP forms the government. He also reiterated his charge that Congress was colluding with the Akalis to keep AAP at bay.
On the river water issue, Kejriwal at a press conference here said if AAP government is formed, it will strongly defend the rights of Punjab. He, however, described the SYL canal issue as a “political issue” and said it needs to be dealt accordingly. Hitting out at the ruling Akalis for “destroying Punjab”, the AAP national convener said, “for the first time, they are facing a outfit which is giving them a tough fight”.
He said that AAP wants Badals to bite dust at the electoral hustings so that they can’t enter the Vidhan Sabha even as the opposition MLAs.