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NK Sharma opposes illegal Case registered against Akali Leaders

June 08, 2021 10:09 PM

Zirakpur, 8 June (Vicky Bhabat) : Protesting against illegal leaflets issued to Shiromani Akali Dal district in-charges, district presidents and MLAs during a dharna outside the house of Punjab Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu in Mohali over the corona vaccine scam. MLA NK Sharma said that Punjab Chief Minister was working as a police officer. He said that Capt. Amarinder Dande wanted to silence the voice of the people but Shiromani Akali Dal was a party of martyrs so it would vehemently oppose any wrong decision of the government. "On the one hand, Corona is in a frenzy," he said. There the Congress bought the vaccine for Rs.400 and sold it to the general public for Rs.1060 and also marketed the private hospitals for its purchase which is a complete looting of the people. Similarly, only 15 per cent people got the Corona Fateh Kit with a tender of Rs 740 but the government sold it for Rs 1350. "People are dying with Corona but Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu is making a profit," he said. When opposition parties opposed it, leaflets were filed against them. The MLA said that first of all the leaflet has to be registered with the Health Minister. He said that the Health Minister had been providing 40-40 ventilators to the private hospitals while 40 ventilators were in Mohali and 390 ventilators were not in use. He said that the laws of the Captain's government were applicable only to those who opposed its wrong decisions. He said that Congress constituency in-charge Deepinder Singh Dhillon had been inaugurating the constituency daily for the last one and half months but no rules and regulations were applicable to him. When Corona was at its peak, Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu himself accompanied by a large Lam Lashkar came to the coronation ceremony of Committee President Udevir Singh Dhillon where Corona guidelines were flouted but no action was taken against them. He said that in a sense, about 400 pamphlets should have been registered on Deepinder Singh Dhillon and his son Udevir Singh Dhillon who were still gathering crowds and inaugurating government functions. He said that if the Chief Minister wanted to do justice then he should also issue equal leaflets to the Congressmen. NK Sharma said that he was not aware of the allegations. And D.C. By issuing a memorandum to Mohali, they would demand that just as the leaflets have been issued against the Akali leaders, the health minister Balvir Sidh, constituency in-charge Deepinder Singh Dhillon, Udevir Singh Dhillon and the state president of the Congress have also been accused of violating the Crown Rules. Pamphlets to be registered. If this is not done, the Shiromani Akali Dal will wage a massive struggle.

 

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