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punjab assembly election: Bikram Singh Majithia files nomination papers from Amritsar East, says Sidhu ‘failed’ people of his constituency

Shiromani Akali Dal chief Bikram Singh Majithia on Friday accused Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu of having “failed” the people of Amritsar East as their consultant as he filed his nomination papers from the assembly constituency right here. Majithia additionally alleged that Sidhu, who’s the sitting MLA from Amritsar East, has not executed something for the people of his constituency.

The SAD has fielded Majithia towards Sidhu from Amritsar East seat.

Earlier, Majithia additionally filed his nomination papers from Majitha constituency, from the place he’s the sitting MLA.

He will battle the elections from each Amritsar East and Majitha assembly seats.

Majithia mentioned now the people will resolve the destiny of those that have “cheated and deceived” them.

“Facilities like roads, sewerage and high quality ingesting water haven’t been offered until now. Navjot Sidhu has been representing this constituency by some means for greater than 18 years. He has executed nothing for it.

“Now people will ask him for his report card. He cannot befool them with some imaginary ‘Punjab Model’. He has to tell the residents of Amritsar East why he has failed them as their representative,” he mentioned.

Earlier in Majitha, the Akali chief additionally focused Congress and AAP candidates from the constituency Jagwinder Singh Jagga Majithia and his elder brother Sukhjinder Raj Singh Lalli Majithia, respectively.

“The elder brother, Lalli Majithia, all the time represented the Congress however jumped ship to the AAP. His place has now been taken by his youthful brother.

“Earlier, both the brothers fought over the spoils of corruption. However, this greed and opportunism have exposed both of them. It also proves my contention that the AAP is the B team of the Congress,” he mentioned.

Majithia additionally alleged that the Congress authorities did its greatest to stop him from contesting the assembly elections.

“The Congress government even went to the extent of conducting raids at my residences, even though the high court had clearly stated that it would consider my appeal to give me time to seek relief from the Supreme Court,” he mentioned.

“We have complained regarding this to the Election Commission also and demanded action against officers responsible for this,” he mentioned.

Voting for Punjab’s 117-member assembly might be held on February 20. The counting of votes will happen on March 10.



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