Major setback to the BJP, state and district level leaders joined AAP ahead of Sangrur bypoll
Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann formally inducted BJP leaders and industrialists into AAP
Sangrur : In a major jolt to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) two days ahead of Sangrur Lok Sabha by-elections, the BJP state and district level office bearers have joined Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the presence of Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann here on Tuesday.
Inducting the leaders of BJP and business associations in AAP, Chief Minister Mann said that impressed with the honesty and diligence of the AAP party to work for the betterment of people, good people and leaders from other parties are joining the AAP.
He said that AAP governments in Punjab and Delhi have made common men as MLAs, MPs, Ministers and Chief Ministers to combat the corruption and run a free administration.
Those who joined the AAP include Vikas Jain, State Coordinator Trade Cell and President Chamber of Commerce Dhuri Sandeep Garg, Vice President BJP Yuva Morcha Sangrur Sumit Goel, Vice President Chamber of Commerce Dhuri Aman Garg, President Aggarwal Sabha Dhuri Sandeep Goyal and Hanuman Mandir Dhuri vice president Rajneesh Garg, which was formally welcomed by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann.
Attacking the BJP party, they said that workers are disheartened after the BJP party gave importance to turncoats like Kewal Dhillon and other leaders, who have joined BJP after quitting Congress and Akali Dal.
They said that earlier BJP had forced his cadre to work under Akali Dal now they are inducting Congress leaders and giving them major positions even though all the leaders are corrupt and involved in venal activities.
Pertinently, the development works done by Chief Minister Mann in the state within three months are being praised by the people of Punjab. Due to decisive leadership by CM Mann, the AAP government has managed to combat the corruption and mafia in the state.
Joining AAP by BJP leaders and industrialists from Sangrur, Dhuri and Sunam will give a big push to the victory of AAP candidate Gurmail Singh with a gigantic margin in the Sangrur by-election.