Tribune News Service
Amritsar, September 22
AAP leader Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh, who took pre-mature retirement from the post of IG, asserted that if the Charanjit Singh Channi government failed to take action against the accused in the 2017 Bargari-Behbal Kalan firing, then it would be clear that not only former CM Capt Amarinder Singh but also the Congress was hand in glove with the Akalis.
He asserted that the new SIT formed to probe the Bargari-Behbal Kalan firing would not find anything new. He stated that if the new CM was sincere to deliver justice in the firing incident, he should pick up the report he had submitted to the Sessions Judge at the Faridkot court.
Congratulating Channi on becoming Chief Minister of Punjab, he hoped that he would fulfil all those promises, made to electorate before the last assembly election, which could not be fulfilled during the past four and a half years.
The former IG questioned the Congress high command about acting against Capt Amarinder Singh too late. He held it responsible for playing divisive politics in a state like Punjab which is a land of Sikh masters.
On the AAP party’s stand for appointing a Sikh as its Chief Minister face, he said since his party was new, it just wanted to continue with the tradition.
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