Category: Political harlots

Congress exposed on double-speak over SYL

SYL has been a contentious and emotive issue, which always remained bone of contention between Punjab and Haryana. Punjab would never spare their share of river water with Haryana for obvious reasons.
Capt. Amarinder Singh has been responsible for creating all the mess pertaining to sharing of river waters between Punjab and Haryana. Unfortunately, till date Punjabis are bearing the loss as Captain Amarimder never really understood the dire need of Punjabis.
Not comprehending the complex nature and history of internal conflict, Congress added fuel to the matter. Termination of Water Agreement Act 2004 further widened the rift between Punjab and Haryana. Congress Punjab got the full support of the Central Government (Congress) in this case. The main occupation of Punjabis is farming and it is well known as an agricultural border state.
Harbinger of Green Revolution in India, Punjab is known as food basket of the country. As a result, state requires more water for irrigation for farming purpose. Congress is the party which ruled India and Punjab on the basis of famous policy “Divide and Rule”. Where as Akalis always claimed that they won’t let any other state take a single drop of water from Punjab, Congress did the opposite despite knowing the fact that Punjab doesnt even have a drop of water to spare with anybody.
Amarinder Singh did nothing in tswarajya-2016-03-0982b193-e84c-4f97-a1f6-3c2ef52b0324-ind1he favor of Punjabis. He kept himself busy in provoking and hurting the sentiments of people. He instigated the agitation across the state a number of times. It’s been years now, but Congress failed to take any correct and helpful action in the same. For now, SAD-BJP government currently ruling in Punjab has taken a strict action to not share river waters at any cost.
So we will have to wait till this dispute gets sorted out. God knows if it will have a “happy ending” or a sad one. But we must say Congress is really great at creating disputes.

PPCC Chief offers 75 seats to the Political harlots

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Congress welcomes the turncoats in party fold

The Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee Chief and former Chief Minister of Punjab, Capt Amarinder Singh has welcomed the turncoats in the party fold.

As per the information, the party has been offering assembly seats to the political leaders who are capable to win the poll in their respective constituency.

Capt Amarinder said that the party would field the turncoats from different assembly seats. The move hinted that the party has been lacking the capable candidates for the 2017 polls.

Everything is fare in love and politics

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Aroosa Alam Capt. Amarinder Singh

For Capt Amarinder Singh, everything is fare in love and politics. He has proved the saying by admitting his friendship with his girlfriend, Aroosa Alam who hails from Pakistan.

In politics, he has been introducing his new concept of welcoming the other party leaders who had tasted defeat in 2012 elections.  He said win ability would be the sole criterion to decide candidates and there were 75 seats where the party had no candidates. “We have 42 MLAs, and on the remaining 75 seats we will have to field defeated candidates who have the potential to win or find new ones,” the former CM said.

Party baiting by offering seats to traitors

In the past, the Congress has been welcoming many into its fold and the joining of every leader and celebrity is being described as unconditional.

In January, as Congress-turned-Akali leaders Deepinder Dhillon and Harinder Mann returned to the party, Amarinder had said that at times good candidates got left out of ticket distribution but no seats had been promised. But close aides of both Dhillon and Mann claim that after being left high and dry once by the Congress, both had joined only after being promised tickets.

So was Sufi singer Hans Raj Hans, who, too, had claimed that he had joined hands with the Congress in February “to see Punjab prosper and grow”. In less than a month, Hans prospered to the Congress list of Rajya Sabha nominees, only to be dropped unceremoniously.

 Capt Amarinder to dupe old timers

A senior party leader on anonymity basis said, “Even the MLAs rallying behind Amarinder cannot be sure of getting a ticket. When tickets are decided in the Congress, many factors come into play, including kinship, loyalists of Punjab and Delhi leaders and caste and religion permutations. While it helps a political party in the perception game to be seen as sought after, creating too many ticket contenders will only muddy the waters once the race for tickets begins.”

 

Reference:

http://www.hindustantimes.com/punjab/captain-s-bait-for-turncoats-cong-has-no-candidates-on-75-seats/story-7VZWkiT7N4MNgNRuIYOnOM.html