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On the issue of tight economic condition of the state Chief Minister Capt. Amarinder Singh demands help from the center day by day. But in front of Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who arrived at Indian Foundation Programme in Ludhiana, Punjab Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal and Cabinet Minister of Rural Development and Panchayat Department of Punjab, Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa, hailed the cleanliness campaign of the Union Government. Instead of carrying out the issue of Punjab’s economy properly, poetry flashed in the rage.Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal and Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa briefly talked about the cooperation of the Center for the development of the state but firmly did not disclose the financial condition of the state and the development works of the state to the Union Finance Minister. Manpreet Singh Badal said in poetical manner that is ‘surkh smaj se keh do, apni Kirno nu gin gin k rakh lo. Apne shehron ko khud chamkana sikha raha hu main’.Meanwhile Taript Rajinder Singh Bajwa said that ‘har juban pe ye paigam aana chahiye Aadmi ko Aadmi k kaam aana chahiye. ’ The man should use the desirable man. Whose scandal started and people said shares are good but after reading these shares, the two ministers have wandered out of the issue.Without a cooperation from the Center, the state cannot be developed. Greeting and welcoming Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, Manpreet Badal said in Sir Mohammad Iqbal’s poetry and said, ‘Khuda k bande hain hazaron vano mein firte hain mare mare, main toh us ka banda banuga jis ko khuda k bande se pyar hoga’.Manpreet Badal said that it is a shame for me that India has been 70 years old. Punjabis have made a lot of sacrifices for the country but there are so many houses that there is no toilet in the kitchen and the daughters of Punjab have to go publicly. Manpreet Badal asked the Finance Minister to give financial help to the Punjab for his financial support to the Finance Minister by but he could not openly demand.
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