Another new Political Party ‘Saadi Soch’ launched in Punjab

Saadi Soch

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Elections are near. Like before, election time is party time in Punjab. Many of these new political ventures are fronts for businessmen or disgruntled leaders from mainstream parties.

After the jilted politician Navjot Sidhu’s Awaaz-e-Punjab, one more new political party, ‘Saadi Soch’, was launched today in Punjab with its office-bearers assuring to offer “a fresh and clean option” to the people of the state ahead of the 2017 Assembly election.

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“We have launched ‘Saadi Soch’ (our thought) to provide a platform to the people of Punjab to implement what they want and what they think is good for the state,” Party president Amrik Singh said at the launch, adding that the leaders of the party were “commoners”.

“I am a small businessman, the vice president is a retired Class I officer of Punjab, the general secretary is a retired chairman of the Department of Physical Education (Punjabi University) and the founder general secretary of Circle Kabaddi Federation of India since 1978. He has promoted the game at national and international levels,” Amrik said.

“As the name of the party suggests, our aim is to implement the thought (‘soch’) of the common man,” he said.

“Inclusive growth and Punjab’s development” will be the primary motto of ‘Saadi Soch’ party, Amrik said.

“We appeal to those who are honest and motivated to do something for the state to get in touch with us and fight the Assembly polls on our party’s ticket. We are in touch with well-meaning residents of Punjab who have a clean record,” said Prem Garg, vice president of the outfit.

The media was informed that the political outfit had been formed by Non Political people who are attached to their roots & understand Punjab’s real problems. The party will strive to resolve these. The political party will implement what people of Punjab want.

The party announced that it will contest from “all the 117 Assembly constituencies” of Punjab in 2017.