New Delhi. Before the Punjab elections, AAP’s convener and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal had made many promises to the people of the state. He had talked about giving 1000 rupees every month to women, waiving electricity bills up to 300 units and strengthening the economy of Punjab, besides increasing the income of farmers. These promises were not fulfilled, on the contrary, the AAP government of Punjab took away a loan of 8000 crores in 60 days. After assuming power, the government of Bhagwant Mann took a loan of 1500 crores on 10th March, 1500 crores on 17th March, 2500 crores on 24th March, 1500 crores on 27th April and 1000 crores on 4th May.
Rather than reducing Punjab’s debt, @AAPPunjab Govt has taken ₹8000 Cr loan in 60 days
10th – 1500 Cr
17th- 1500 Cr
24th- 2500 Cr
27th- 1500 Cr
May 4th- 1000 Cr
Total in 2 mnths 8000 Cr @ArvindKejriwal Ji where is ₹54000 Cr you said you will add in Punjab budget?? pic.twitter.com/Knp6M2MYQ2
— Manjinder Singh Sirsa (@mssirsa) May 14, 2022
BJP leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa has surrounded the AAP government of Punjab in this matter. He has raised the question by tweeting that Arvind Kejriwal ji, where is the amount of 45000 crores you were talking about adding in the budget of Punjab. Since the formation of the AAP government in Punjab, farmers and other sections are also very upset. Even the farmers are not being listened to. Once, the police had also used sticks on the farmers who were protesting. At the same time, news of lack of water and electricity also came through the media. In such a situation, questions are being raised on what the Bhagwant Mann government is doing.
The dairy farmers of #punjab on Saturday announced to launch an agitation against the #BhagwantMann ,@BhagwantMann)-led Punjab government for non-redressal of their demands. They have also announced to open up a front.
Photo: IANS (Representational image) pic.twitter.com/tGwgJPrLHI
— IANS (@ians_india) May 14, 2022
The farmers and dairy farmers of Punjab had hoped that their condition would be better after the formation of the Aam Aadmi Party government, but due to this, they too have started walking on the path of agitation. On Saturday, farmers running dairy in Punjab have also announced an agitation against the Bhagwant Mann government. Dairy farmers say that the government is not accepting their demands. Because of this they are compelled to agitate.