Chandigarh:Thousands of youth congregated here on Monday to support the “Youth for Punjab” campaign launched by Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal and vowed to start a “hak sach di ladai” against the “khooni panja” and “ outsider topiwala” and help get the SAD-BJP combine re-elected in the 2017 assembly elections.
Virtually sounding the 2017 election bugle amid thunderous slogans of “Sukhbir teri soch te pehra dayange thok ke”, Youth Akali Dal (YAD) supporters overflowed from the huge ‘shamiana’ erected in the party office and even jammed neighbouring roads and areas.
Leading from the front, Sukhbir gave an open challenge to the Congress and the AAP to try their might against the YAD. “No amount of coffee drinking bouts or defamation by outsiders will help either the defunct Capt or the liar Kejriwal,” the SAD president said adding that “Monday’s rally has made it clear that the youth of Punjab is with the SAD-BJP combine”.
Making it clear that the tidal wave in support of the SAD would percolate down to the grass root level in days, the SAD president directed SAD general secretary Bikram Singh Majithia and YAD patron Sharanjit Dhillon to spread this movement to each and every constituency in Punjab. “Within three months the ‘khooni panja’ and the ‘outsider topiwala’ should both be eradicated from the state,” he added.
Amidst enthusiastic sloganeering of “Youth for Punjab – Punjab Punjabian da” which continued for one hour and even endangered the stability of the stage for a moment, Sukhbir congratulated the youth for giving a resounding slap to AAP and the Congress.
In a frontal attack on Kejriwal, who was even referred to as “Natwar Lal” by Majithia, the SAD general secretary asked the AAP leader not to hoodwink and deceive Punjabis with his lies. He also took AAP MP Bhagwant Mann to task for being caught in a drunken state in the presence of the Guru Granth Sahab. He also coined a new term for AAP,
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