Punjab BJP chief Vijay Sampla on Tuesday wrote to Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, requesting him to convene an all-party meeting on the law and order situation in the wake of killings of right-wing leaders in the state. “Ever since the Congress has come to power in Punjab, the law and order situation in the state has worsened day-by-day.The manner in which people associated with a particular ideology, aspecific religion and class are being killed, suggests that some powers are hellbent on spoiling the communal harmony and peace in the state,” Sampla said in a statement here. Referring to the killings of Hindu Shiv Sena district chief Vikram Sharma in Amritsar, RSS leader Ravindra Gosain and a church priest in Ludhiana, he said these incidents pointed to something “which is a matter of serious concern for us”. “All these killings indicate that some powers are trying to derail peace in Punjab,” he said, adding that “these incidents are asomber reminder of the ghastly past”.
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