Chandigarh: Official files are moving at snail’s pace in almost every government office since after completion of Punjab Vidhan Sabha elections. The government employees, who remained busing for over one month of electioneering, seem to have not overcome the fatigue as yet.
Contrary to the fact, leaders of different political parties, who remained actively engaged in the elections for months together, are back in action.
A visit to different government offices in last two days including the secretariat, Sector 17, Mohali and in the periphery of Chandigarh found employees in relaxed mood.
Not alone the employees, even the bureaucrats are eagerly waiting for the results (March 11) of elections and eying their fresh places of posting after formation of new government.
After offering tea or coffee, Who is going to form the government? is the question almost every officer asks. This was followed by a lengthy discussion on Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and how this 4-year-old party emerged as the third largest political party in Punjab.
“Punjab has seen such an interesting triangular contest for the first times. No one could predict which party will form the government. If AAP comes to power, there will be new experiments,” claims a senior officer.
Meanwhile, after holidaying leader of Punjab Congress, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), Bharitiya Janta Party (BJP), Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) have returned to job and are active in their areas of operation.
SAD president Sukhbir Badal, returned from USA and took the command of DSGMC elections.
Punjab Congress chief Capt Amarinder took a break from his hectic election campaign in Himachal Pradesh, while cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu is back busing in shooting for his comedy show episodes.
AAP leader and comedian Bhagwant Singh Mann joined party supremo Arvind Kejriwal and others at a detoxification session in Bengaluru.
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