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Arvind Kejriwal’s lies exposed with demand of Rs. 1 lakh crore from Centre by Bhagwant Mann : Sirsa

Chandigarh, (Gurpreet) Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Admi Party’s Convener Arvind Kejriwals’ lies have been exposed by demand of Rs. 1 lakh crore by Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann from Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his meeting Yesterday. This was stated by BJP Sikh leader Mr. Manjinder Singh Sirsa.

In a statement released here today, Mr. Sirsa said that Kejriwal always resorts to lies for seeking votes from people and he did same in Punjab during recent elections. He said that Keriwal announced a host of guarantees for providing free power, Rs. 1000 per month to women and others and when he was questioned on how will they manage finances, he replied that they will save money from sand mining, excise policy and by stopping corruption.

Mr. Sirsa said that now when only a week has passed after formation of new AAP government headed by Bhagwant Mann, new CM has approached Prime Minister seeking Rs. 1 lakh crore package for Punjab to provide these freebies announced by his mentor Arvind Kejriwal.

BJP leader said that Bhagwant Mann has taken plea that state was under debt to tune of Rs. 3 lakh crore. He said this is a fact which in known to everyone and was known to Arvind Kejriwal also when he had made announcements regarding free sops. He said that when they were already aware of debt of state, then why they made certain announcements which will further push state deep in huge debt.

Mr. Sirsa said that though as a CM Bhagwant Mann has every right to make demand from PM but demand to provide money for fulfilling promises made by them to Punjabis was totally unjustified. He said that this trend of making announcements and then approaching Centre Government for money can be proved disastrous for nation as more and more leaders like Kejriwal will do same. He said that now when Himachal Pradesh is going to have elections, Mr. Kejriwal has headed to hill state where he will repeat same which he had done in Punjab.

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