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Punjab Congress chief Raja Warring’s wife Amrita gets active in Bathinda

Punjab Congress chief Raja Warring’s wife  Amrita gets active in Bathinda

Amrita Warring interacts with locals in Bathinda on Wednesday.



Tribune News Service

Sukhmeet Bhasin

Bathinda, March 6

PCC president Amrinder Raja Warring’s wife Amrita Warring has got active in Bathinda ahead of the Lok Sabha poll. Amrita today held meetings with 12 councillors and also shared ideas with people in different wards.

Amrita visited the house of councillors Kulwinder Kaur, Raj Rani, Pushpa Rani, Parveen Garg, Sham Lal Jain, Manjeet Kaur Buttar, Reena Gupta, former councillor Bhagwan Dass Bharti and Dr Amanjot Bhatti, daughter of former Deputy Speaker Ajaib Singh Bhatti, etc.

Amrita termed it a family visit and said the process of eye check-up camp and spectacles distribution had been planned by the Asra Foundation and accordingly these programmes were being drawn up.

Lashing out at AAP government, she said the government, which was called pro-farmers, had proved to be the most anti-farmer. In the Budget, nothing had been kept for people, there was no attention to the guarantees given during the elections, the youth were dying due to drugs, women were waiting for Rs 1,000 per month.

Amrita’s name for the ticket from the Congress is also being discussed in political circles. In the 2019 poll, Raja Warring had lost to Harsimrat Badal by around 21,000 votes.

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