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Shun false propaganda, vote for development: Balbir Sidhu


Mohali : Senior Congress leader Balbir Singh Sidhu on Tuesday said that while rejecting opposition parties’ false poll propaganda out rightly the voters of Mohali will vote for the development in the coming assembly poll on February 20. There is a sense of one-sided sentiment in the favour of Congress in the election meetings and rallies where people’s enthusiasm toward the party reveals everything, said Sidhu who is fighting the poll from Mohali to win the assembly poll fourth time in a row.


“People want to vote for Congress again. The people are no fool who will be induced by the fake and hollow promises. The opposition which is well aware of Congress rising graph among people are clueless to counter Congress popularity,”
Those who have switched loyalties merely for their personal gains will be rejected completely by the people in the poll, said Sidhu while lashing down heavily on his rivals in Mohali for their baseless poll propaganda.


On seeing Congress’ rising popularity, opposition parties have resorted to malice campaigning which is evident from the opposition parties leaders statements during their respective election campaigns to spread false propaganda.


Targeting AAP , Sidhu said that like its Delhi leadership are unaware of the roots in Punjab, similarly the party’s Mohali candidate which is the richest candidate among all candidates in Punjab is completely unaware of Mohali constituency problems.


He dared AAP leadership to explain why Punjabis should believe in the party when its own flock does not have faith in them with half of its elected MLAs in 2017 having already left. All those big leaders who were instrumental in building the party in Punjab have also left. AAP is a ‘house of cards that is bound to doom soon. Like 2017, the party’s big balloon of fake hope and hollow promises will burst this time too, Sidhu maintained.

DP Bureau
Author: DP Bureau

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