Punjab: AAP candidate resigns in Punjab, says party ‘like a private company’

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Chandigarh :  Aam Aadmi Party’s (AAP) candidate Ashu Bangar has resigned from the Firozpur (Rural) assembly seat in Punjab, saying it is being run like a private company by the leaders of Delhi.

Addressing the media in Ferozepur on Monday, Bangar said that he is being humiliated and pressurized by the AAP leadership. Apart from this, candidates are being threatened that their ticket will be cut so no one speaks.Mr. Bangar, who has not yet disclosed his strategy, said that the party is functioning like a private company under AAP state in-charge Raghav Chadha. He is mentally torturing party workers by behaving like a dictator. All decisions are being taken from Delhi itself without taking the local citizens into confidence.

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He also objected to AAP’s allegation that Balbir Singh Rajewal-led United Samaj Morcha is with the BJP.He said that people are angry with Raghav Chadha for his remarks against farmers.Meanwhile, Punjab Congress media in-charge Alka Lamba, reacting to Bangar’s allegations against AAP, said that history has once again repeated itself and similar allegations were leveled against AAP in 2017 and the people of Punjab have never forgiven them. did not do. It shows that only the faces have changed but their modus operandi remains the same.

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It may be noted that polling for the 117-member Punjab Assembly is to be held in a single phase on February 20.

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