Kotkapura: Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday launched the last step of his poll campaign from here as he promised to bring back the innocent Sikh youths languishing in jails around the country, while attacking the AAP, which he said could throw the state back into violence and mayhem.
Warns kejriwal against inciting separatist elements in the state, which would send punjab back to ‘dark days’
Addressing a rally at Purani Dana Mandi here, the Congress chief ministerial face for Punjab canvassed for local party candidate Harnirpal Singh Kuku and promised cancellation of all false FIRs against Sikh youths lodged in prisons around the country and said they would be brought back to Punjab.
“Punjab was brought out of the throes of terrorism with great difficulty but with the entry of Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), the threat of violent disruptions and revival of terrorism has come back to haunt the people of the state,” Amarinder said.
Warning AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal, he said the “extreme left-right ideological mix” of AAP and the “dirty politics” being played by the Delhi chief minister would lead to the dormant Khalistani elements once again becoming active, thus throwing the state into violence and mayhem.
The trend started by AAP was extremely dangerous for Punjab, he said, referring to AAP leader Manish Sisodia’s remarks when asked to comment on Kejriwal’s stay at a KCF commando’s house.
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