Chandigarh: Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh has lashed out at the Badal government for closing down the refugee camps in the border areas without making arrangements for the displaced residents to return to their homes.
The residents, who were earlier forced to evacuate from their villages, have now been rendered homeless as a result of this, said Captain Amarinder, adding that the people were facing a harrowing time. Shiromani Akali Dal workers have also been withdrawn from these camps, causing the displaced residents to be left out in the open, without a roof on their heads, he added.
Reacting strongly to reports about the closure of the camps and the withdrawal of the ruling party workers from there, Captain Amarinder said the move reflected the total apathy of the Badal government in the state towards the people forcibly evacuated from the border villages.
Meanwhile, Captain Amarinder Singh also demanded that AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal should make an unequivocal apology to the Indian Army after being thoroughly exposed over his blatant lies on the issue of the surgical strikes against Pakistan.
He said the Indian Army had completely nailed Kejriwal’s lies by submitting to the Central government conclusive proof of the strikes carried out in the wake of the Uri terror attack. DP
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