Punjab

KHATTAR'S REMARKS UTTERLY SHAMEFUL, ASSERTS NSUI PUNJAB PRESIDENT AKSHAY SHARMA

October 15, 2019 07:25 PM

Chandigarh (Face2News)

Castigating the Haryana Chief Minister for his shameful remarks, the National Students Union of India (NSUI) Punjab President Akshay Sharma on Tuesday demanded unconditional apology from Manohar Lal Khattar while warning the BJP that people will teach them a lesson in the forthcoming Assembly polls.

  Speaking to the media on the sidelines of a Havan Yagya being performed by NSUI Punjab unit here to pray to God for blessing Khattar with some good sense, Akshay stated that the sheer arrogance of those who have ruined the country in last five years with their mindless policies will be served a lesson in these elections adding that shameful comments against Congress working president Sonia Gandhi Ji reflect their medieval mindset.

PERFORMS HAVAN PRAYING TO GOD TO BESTOW SOME GOOD SENSE TO KHATTAR

We are performing this Yagya so that God instils in him some sense of reason, Akshay said making categorically clear that nothing less than an unconditional apology from Khattar would do. The Havan Yagya was performed by NSUI and Congress cadre from Punjab and Haryana in the presence of national president Neeraj Kundan and national secretary-cum-Punjab incharge Satveer Chaudhary joined by scores of people from all walks of life.

Lashing out at BJP for the monumental financial mess, the NSUI leader said that the unemployment was wrecking havoc with lives of masses while BJP was singing songs of their fictional success.

The effects of colossal messing up of a robust economy would further impact the core sectors, Akshay pointed out saying that it was only Congress which could revive the sagging fortunes of the country.

Besides financial downturn, India was deliberately being led on a dark and uncertain path by the myopic and communal Modi regime which was deeply worrying for a secular and diverse society like India, Akshay further added.

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