Aam Aadmi Party is going to form the government in Punjab with a big majority. This time in Punjab, many big stalwarts were defeated in the elections. In which a big name is also of former CM Captain Amarinder Singh. Whose party Punjab Lok Congress performed very badly. At the same time, allegations were made from the side of the Congress that the party suffered losses only because of Captain’s tenure of four and a half years. On this, now a reply has come from Amarinder Singh. Amarinder Singh targeted the Congress and said that the party leadership will never learn.
Captain Amarinder’s reply to Congress
Singh, who heads the Punjab Lok Congress, was removed from the post of chief minister last year. He questioned the Congress party as to who was responsible for the party’s defeat in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Goa and Manipur. Singh tweeted, “The Congress leadership will never learn. Who is responsible for the shameful defeat of Congress in Uttar Pradesh? What about Manipur, Goa, Uttarakhand? The answer is very clear, but as usual I think they will avoid understanding it.” Singh’s remarks came a day after Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala said that in Punjab, even though the party has maintained a humble, Presented clean and grassroots leadership, but it failed to overcome the 4.5 years of anti-incumbency wave of Amarinder Singh government and people voted for change.
Surjewala raised questions on the tenure of Captain
Congress chief spokesperson Surjewala had said that in Punjab, the Congress made Charanjit Singh Channi, from a simple background, chief minister, but the anti-incumbency wave that followed Amarinder Singh’s nearly four-and-a-half-year rule caused damage to the party. Surjewala had said, “People in Punjab have voted for change. We congratulate the winner.” He said, “We fought well in Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Manipur and Goa, but could not live up to the expectations of the people. We have to learn and work hard. We fought elections on public issues other than the politics of casteism and religious polarization, but emotional issues prevailed over public issues.
Surjewala said, “The election results of five states are against the party’s expectations. We were expecting good results in Uttarakhand, Goa and Punjab, but we accept that we failed to get the blessings of the people. AAP won 92 seats in the 117-member state assembly. At the same time, Congress got only 18 seats.
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