Punjab CM Channi warns ‘outsider’ AAP leaders against raids, claims all desilting work as per norms

Channi claims allegations of AAP bundle of lies

Tribune News Service
Ropar, December 5

Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Sunday said action would be taken against AAP leaders coming from outside Punjab who enter the government schools and other places unauthorised.

Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi visits a desilting site at Sutlej riverbed near mini secretariat in Ropar. Tribune photo

Channi was here to visit a desilting site at Sutlej riverbed near mini secretariat as AAP national spokesperson Raghav Chadha yesterday had alleged that the chief minister was promoting illegal mining in his assembly constituency of Chamkaur Sahib.

On December 1, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had visited two government schools in Chamkaur Sahib area claiming it as an ‘expose’.

Channi claimed that the allegations of AAP were a bundle of lies and all the desilting work at different sites was being done according to norms.

The chief minister while issuing a warning to the AAP over such raids said he would request local AAP cadre to not let outsiders vitiate the atmosphere of Punjab.

Action would be taken against such unauthorised raids by outsiders, while local AAP workers were free to highlight any irregularities, he said.

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