SAD chief Sukhbir Badal’s lashes out at “Liar” Kejriwal in “Open Challenge”


() chief today launched the ‘Youth for Punjab’ campaign and vowed to start the “fight for justice” against the Congress and “outsider” Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and secure another term for the ruling SAD-BJP combine in the 2017 Assembly election in the state.

Virtually sounding the poll bugle, Youth Akali Dal (YAD) supporters pledged to give a “befitting” reply to the Congress for “discriminating” against Punjab and the AAP for “defaming” Punjabis.
They asserted that they would stand up for the “honour” of Punjab and propagate the teachings of the gurus for “all-round development” of the society.

Sukhbir gave an “open challenge” to the Congress and the AAP to try their might against the YAD.

“No amount of coffee-drinking bouts or defamation by outsiders will help either the defunct Captain (Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh) or the liar (Arvind) ,” he said.


Sukhbir claimed that in an unprecedented move, drug tests were conducted on over one lakh youth as part of the ongoing police recruitment process and all of them had come out with “flying colours”.

“Less than one per cent of the youngsters tested positive,” he said.

The Deputy Chief Minister claimed that all the development of Punjab, including two airports, thermal plants, Thein dam and “world class” road infrastructure, had taken place under the chief ministership of Parkash Singh Badal.

In a frontal attack on Kejriwal, Majithia asked the AAP leader not to “hoodwink and deceive” Punjabis with his “lies” such as offering 25 lakh jobs, knowing well that he would have to dish out 1,350 jobs per day and one job per minute for five years to fulfil this “fake” promise.