Not again, after delhi Kejriwal promises to ban liquor in Punjab
Amritsar: It can be quite know, if you can fool a person there are chances you can again fool different people by the same words. Or a person once fooled can be fooled again and again. The people of Delhi were fooled twice by the same person Kejriwal and now Kejriwal is going to implement the same successful trick to the people of Punjab.
In Amritsar Punjab he said that if his party comes to power in Punjab, his party was voted to power in Punjab, he would ban liquor and meat around the holy area of the Golden Temple, reported DNA
He also said, "Amritsar ward city and Anandpur Sahib will be declared holy places if AAP comes to power in Punjab
It is the same Kejriwal-led AAP government that promised to make Delhi addiction-free (Nashamukti) in its 70-point manifesto during Delhi Assembly election, granted 399 liquor licenses in 371 working days – which accounts to issuance of more than one license per day.
Even during the formation of AAP, Kejriwal had announced a that prior to opening of any liquor vend in any area, an approval of local residents would be taken, but once elected he knows how to advertise and make people forget all this easily.
Arvind is on a 4 day tour to Punjab to douse the fire that has been ignited by the rebels within the party over various issues ranging from ticket distribution to allegations of soliciting sexual favours by AAP leaders in lieu of tickets for the 2017 assembly polls. AAP's position in Punjab became volatile after its state convener Sucha Singh Chottepur was sacked.
He talks of liquor ban where as AAPs bhagwant Man, has been charge with complain of drinking.
AAP promises status of "holy city" to Sri Amritsar Sahib walled city and Sri Anandpur Sahib— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) September 9, 2016
Don’t know why, does Amritsar need a certificate from Kejriwal to be a Holy city? Guru Ramdas built it and since its inception, Amritsar has been a holy city, quipped Singh, who had also contested the 2014 Lok Sabha polls from Khadoor Sahib Constituency. As people across India and world already have a very high respect for this place, whether it be a Hindu, Muslim or any religion all has equal respect for Amritsar, so why a certificate from Kejriwal.