Punjab Congress heading towards its doomsday

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The PPCC President Capt Amarinder Singh has been duping the people by promising them lucrative incentives. He has been making false promises to the people.

Amarinder Singh making tall claims to Punjabis as per the directions given by his poll strategist Prashant Kishore. He has promised the youth to give 50 lakh smart phones with one year of free data and calling facility. It’s only an illusion as this is hardly possible to give 50 lakh smart phones if Congress forms the government.

A smart phone costs around Rs 5000 to Rs 7000 and if the party buys 50 lakhs phones, the cost will cross billions. He has just befooled the youth by offering a stupid idea. He has started another program designed by Prashant Kishore ‘Har Ghar Ton Ikk Captain’ with the promise of one job in every family backed by an interim unemployment allowance and weaning the state’s youth away from drugs.

He had promised the people of Punjab in 2002 that if the party forms the government, he would give employment. However, nothing had done so far in this regard during the regime of Amarinder Singh. Prashant Kishore has designed so many programs but all failed to woo the people of Punjab. And now the failed politician tried to bait the people by launching another program ‘Har Ghar to Ikk Captain’.

Captain Amarinder Singh’s new slogan ‘Captain ne saun chukki, har ghar ikk naukri pakki’ will be proved a disaster. He didn’t fulfill his promises when he was the Chief Minister of Punjab. He also promised the farmers to waive off the bad loans. The report card of Amarinder Singh as CM depicted that he didn’t make any pro-people policy. Moreover, he looted the wealth of Punjab and put it in his various bank accounts in Switzerland.

The former MP has used all the formulas to improve his political image but he failed. The party has already witnessed two consecutive defeats in the assembly polls. It seems the Punjab Congress is completely directionless and heading towards its dooms day.

 

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