Chandigarh. A purported letter from Anmol Gagan Mann, minister of several departments including tourism in the Bhagwant Mann government of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Punjab, is going viral on social media. Anmol Gagan is the MLA from Kharar seat. He has been allotted bungalow number 953 of Sector 39, Chandigarh. In the letter that has gone viral, Punjab PWD has been asked to get all the works done for Anmol Gagan’s bungalow. Delhi BJP Secretary Impreet Singh Bakshi has shared this letter on his Twitter handle. The letter has 34 dots, purportedly written on behalf of Anmol Gagan, for the improvement and polishing of his bungalow. It is being told that if all these works are done in Anmol’s bungalow, then around Rs 2 crore will be spent.
Minister of Punjab Government of Aam Aadmi Party @AnmolGaganMann Has sent 34 demands to the government including swimming pool, glass hut, fancy lights, special type of grass, 65 inch LEDs in each room, complete new furniture, new tiles in their new government residence.
Where have you seen such simplicity? This is the real change. pic.twitter.com/bTjDVPr0uu
— Impreet Singh Bakshi (@impreetsbakshi) August 5, 2022
According to Impreet Singh, Anmohal Gagan Mann in his letter from PWD demanded to install swimming pool, glass hut, fancy light, special type of grass, 65-inch LED TV in every room, new furniture, new tile etc. Has done too. Apart from this, he has also placed 58 more demands to make his house shine. BJP is now taunting that how the Aam Aadmi Party, which leaves no stone unturned in making changes and telling itself to be connected to the ground, after coming to power, turns away from its words.
Born in Mansa in the year 1990, Anmol Gagan Mann was a singer before joining politics. She also tried her hand at modeling. After joining AAP in the year 2020, she is recognized as the convener of the party and close to Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. Kejriwal had also participated in a door to door campaign for him in Kharar. Anmol Gagan Mann also wrote the party’s campaign song for Punjab elections. In the assembly elections held this year, he defeated Ranjit Singh Gill of Shiromani Akali Dal by 37718 votes.