The issue is not to form the government but to save Punjab from corruption and hooliganism: Lt Col Sohi
Mohali : The campaign of Aam Aadmi Party’s candidate Kulwant Singh got short in the arm when a large number of ex-servicemen reached the party office and announced their support to AAP.
Kulwant Singh expressed special thanks for the support extended by the ex-servicemen and said that it is a matter of happiness that the ex-servicemen who have guarded the borders of the country are putting faith in the Aam Aadmi Party. This will raise the graph of the party further.
Ex-Servicemen Grievances Cell and United Front of ESM (Ex-Servicemen) Chairman Lt. Col. S.S. Sohi said that in these Vidhan Sabha elections, the issue is not about forming the government, but about saving Punjab from the corruption and hooliganism spread by the political parties.
Therefore, being influenced by the personality and work of Aam Aadmi Party supremo Arvind Kejriwal, 32 NGOs and groups of ex-servicemen are extending support to the Aam Aadmi Party by in all Vidhan Sabha circles of Punjab. Due to which support has been given to Kulwant Singh in Mohali.
He said that AAP candidate Kulwant Singh in Mohali is the only person who can stop corruption and hooliganism in Mohali. He also said that ex-servicemen are predicting that in the whole of Punjab, only Aam Aadmi Party candidates are going to win and AAP will form the government in Punjab.
AAP candidate Kulwant Singh promised Ex-servicemen to solve all their issues and meet their demands after AAP forms government in Punjab.
Captain Gurmeet Singh Grewal, Captain Makhan Singh, Brigadier S.S. Gill, Rajwinder Singh Boparai, Warrant Officer Gurnam Singh, Jagdev Singh, Sergeant Daljit Singh, Col Jasbir Singh, Colonel G.S. Bedi, Sergeant Jaswinder Singh, G.S. Gurdaspuri, Sergeant B.S. Boparai, PS. Bhullar, PS. Shergill, B.S. Toor, Balbir Singh, Sukhwinder Kaur,
Ajmer Singh, Subedar Jaswant Singh, Sergeant Rachpal Singh, Subedar Ajaib Singh, Joginder Singh, Flight Lieutenant Tarlochan Singh, Havildar Kulwinder Singh, Havaldar Maghghar Singh, K.S. Dhanoa President Punjab Pensioners, Special Teacher Jagdeep Singh and many others were also present.