Channi Calls BJP Real Enemy Of Punjab

Charanjit Singh Channi, the chief minister of Punjab, dubbed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) the true foe of Punjab on Thursday, showing political discontent among the Congress hierarchy as multiple lawmakers defect to the saffron organization advance of the Punjab legislative elections.

Channi called on Congress supporters to unify at an electoral rally in the Rampura Phul district to take on the Bharatiya Janata party head-on. It was most likely the first time the Chief Minister had spoken out against the Bharatiya Janata Party in the last few weeks.

The Punjab Congress administration has been focussing its assaults on the main rival Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and perennial foe Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) since the repeal of the disputed farm rules, as the Bharatiya Janata Party was not viewed as a strong front in the state.

Punjabis must recall the involvement of the BJP-led Union administration in enacting the black farm rules, according to the Chief Minister.

Former Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh was also singled out by Channi for his ties to the Bharatiya Janata Party. The CM further stated that they (the Bharatiya Janata Party and Capt) campaigned against Punjabis' welfare and that this must not be overlooked.

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Channi wants to be the face of the Chief Minister.

Sunil Jakhar, the Congress's campaign manager, announced the party would run for another election without a Chief Minister the next day, and Channi asked for help to keep the top office for the next five years.

People should end up voting for Congress in the upcoming elections to show their support for Channi's three-month term as Chief Minister.

According to the Chief Minister, Delhi's Aam Aadmi Party leaders are pleading for a chance to control Punjab. They also put Akalis and Captain to trial. Voters must now scrutinise his administration's achievements and end up voting for inclusive growth and welfare.

Also as a Congress candidate from the Rampura Phul Gurpreet Singh Kangar segment, Channi endorsed existing Congress member Phul Gurpreet Singh Kangar, who was ousted as a cabinet member in September following Captain's resignation.

The Chief Minister who pleaded at the Kangar event had always been a strong supporter of Amarinder, despite being one of the ex-opponents. CM's Kangar, a strong leader, is deserving of the opportunity to serve the constituency once more. He must be re-elected to strengthen his position for a five-year governance term.

The CM is facing opposition.

Authorities were forced to deal with an awkward scenario after a segment of the crowd, including women, protested close to the site where Channi delivered his speech. The police struggled to keep the demonstrators demanding job regularisation under control.

When Channi arrived at the location, he instantly instructed the cops to remove obstacles and enable spectators to sit in the area near the stage that was guarded for security. Immediately as the Chief Minister commenced his speech, a sizable crowd gathered and began shouting slogans.

Angry, the Chief Minister instructed the cops to clear the rally site of demonstrators.