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Posted at: May 19, 2019, 6:49 AM; last updated: May 19, 2019, 6:49 AM (IST)ON POLL EVE, TOP LEADERS SPOKE TOTHE TRIBUNE ON THE PROSPECTS OF THEIR PARTIES. EACH CLAIMED PEOPLE WOULD JUDGE THEM FOR THEIR WORK

Choose between anarchy, stability: Capt Amarinder

Choose between anarchy, stability: Capt Amarinder

The Congress is the only party that can save India and protect its future. It is the one that can stop divisive and fascist forces that are ruling the country from transforming India from Gandhi’s land to Godse’s land. Hatred, communal divisions, disharmony, xenophobia and people getting killed and harassed for their religious beliefs or caste – it is all this or development, progress, peace and harmony. That is the choice between the BJP and Congress. A choice is to be made between anarchy and stability.

People will vote for development: Sukhbir Badal, SAD

I  appeal to the people of  Punjab to  turn out in large numbers to exercise their right to franchise to strengthen democracy and communal harmony in Punjab and the country, so that the journey on the path of development, social welfare and prosperity continues uninterrupted. Parties should practice  issue-based politics and refrain from false propaganda. Social welfare policies  must never be discontinued as   there are large segments of population in our country who need government support. 

Voters aware of what they want: Bhagwant Mann, AAP

People of Punjab have an example before them on how an MP should work, and how a government should ideally work (Delhi Government). People are aware and they know what they want from the government. They will look at the past performance of each party and know the difference between us vis a vis other parties who have done nothing for the state. That will be the deciding factor and I am sure the people of Punjab will decide what is in their best interest.

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