Congress appeasing disruptive forces, alleges Tarun Chugh

Congress appeasing disruptive forces, alleges Tarun Chugh

Tarun Chugh

Chandigarh, November 24

BJP national general secretary Tarun Chugh today accused the Congress government in the state of “appeasing anti-national and disruptive forces”.

Reacting strongly to the appointment of Balwinder Singh Kotlabama as chairman of Punjab Genco Ltd, Chugh said it was reprehensible the way the Charanjit Singh Channi government had been buckling under the pressure of anti-national forces. Chugh claimed that Kotlabama was the brother of US-based Avtar Singh Pannu, a key office-bearer of banned pro-Khalistan organisation Sikhs For Justice (SFJ). He said it looked in tune with PCC chief Navjot Sidhu heaping praise on Pakistan PM Imran Khan. — TNS

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