Punjab Budget Session 2023: Partap Singh Bajwa compares CM Bhagwant Mann to ‘Hitler’
Chandigarh, March 6: High drama was witnessed on the second
day of the Punjab Assembly’s Budget Session in Chandigarh on Monday. The Aam
Aadmi Party (AAP) leader and Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann and and
opposition Congress exchanging heated arguments.
The Leader of Opposition (LoP) in the Punjab Assembly Partap
Singha Bajwa criticised the actions of AAP government for not treating well the
editor-in-chief of the Ajit Group of publications in Punjab. LoP Bajwa later claimed the freedom of speech in
Punjab is retrenched.
Partap Singh Bajwa took to Twitter against the allegations
made by Barjinder Singh, Ajit Group of publications and also condemned the
actions made by Punjab AAP government. He said that the "soul of Hitler
has entered into Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann."
"I strongly condemn this attack on freedom of the press
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Govt in Punjab. It seems that the soul of Hitler has entered
into CM Bhagwant Mann. It's shocking that @dailyajitnews head Barjinder Singh
Hamdard ji is getting threats from different agencies of Punjab Govt",
Earlier, the editor-in-chief of Ajit Group of publications Barjinder
Singh said in his letter to the Governor of Punjab Banwari Lal Purohit that his
staff reporters, special reporters, cameramen and videographers are banned to
enter the ongoing Punjab budget session in the state assembly by the
He also stated that Punjab Government has ordered all the
departments that not even a small tender notice should get published in the
Ajit Group of publications. The editor-in-chief Barjinder Singh pointed out the
letter which he has sent to Governor, the state police officials in Punjab are now
Bajwa in the Punjab Vidhan Sabha stated that he will be
raising this matter in the ongoing budget session. "I will be raising this
issue strongly tomorrow in Punjab Vidhan Sabha. Perfect case of How Power Corrupts!"
The Punjab budget session is underway and will continue
until March 24.
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