Aam Aadmi Party got a thumping majority in the Punjab Assembly elections. Regarding this, the Aam Aadmi Party will take out a winning procession in Amritsar today. Along with AAP convener and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, the future Chief Minister of the state Bhagwant Mann will also participate in this procession. But before this, Congress has made a big attack on Kejriwal regarding the procession.
Delhi Congress MLA Alka Lamba has targeted the money being spent in organizing this road show. Taking a screen shot of the copy of the order issued by the newly appointed Chief Secretary of Punjab, he wrote that you had come to change politics…? The loot of public money has started by AAP, Rs 15 lakh is being spent on the roadshow of Arvind Kejriwal and Rs 46 lakh has been ordered from the government treasury for road shows in the districts. First congratulations to Punjab and Punjabis.
In fact, according to this document, Rs 61 lakh has been released from the treasury of the Punjab government for Kejriwal’s roadshow in Amritsar, as well as instructions have been given by the administration to arrange vehicles for traffic.
#AAP So politics had come to change…?#AAP Started looting of public money by…
15 lakh rupees @ArvindKejriwal Rs.46 lakhs are being spent on road shows and orders have been given from the government treasury for road shows in the districts.
First congratulations to Punjab and Punjabis.@INCPunjab https://t.co/xnHuSN9ig5 pic.twitter.com/E1UeTKTWvD
— Alka Lamba (@LambaAlka) March 13, 2022
AAP has achieved victory in Punjab
It is worth mentioning that Punjab has won the recently concluded assembly elections. The Aam Aadmi Party has won 92 seats in the Punjab Assembly elections. This is the biggest victory of any party in the political history of Punjab. Earlier in 1992, Congress had won 87 seats. AAP MLAs have chosen Bhagwant Mann as their leader. On Saturday, he met the governor and staked claim to form the government. The governor has invited him to form the government.
Bhagwant Mann has invited Arvind Kejriwal and Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia to the swearing-in ceremony. Special security arrangements will be made for the swearing-in ceremony. A special post has been made at the venue. Six thousand police personnel will be deployed there. Mann has invited the people of Punjab to attend the swearing-in ceremony.