Lathi charge on AAP workers who came to siege the Captain’s farm house, many injured

Aam Aadmi Party on Saturday tried to siege Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh’s farmhouse in Siswan, New Chandigarh on the issue of deepening power crisis in Punjab. To stop the protesters, the police first used water cannons. When they did not agree to this too, they resorted to lathi-charge, in which many workers suffered minor injuries. During this, a dozen workers including party president MP Bhagwant Mann, Leader of Opposition Harpal Cheema, several MLAs were taken into custody.

On Saturday morning, the Aam Aadmi Party took out a rally on Baddi Siswan Road, addressing which the party’s state president MP Bhagwant Mann said that the people of Punjab are the most expensive people in the country. Buying electricity at Rs 10 per unit. Still not getting electricity Mann said that the officers who signed anti-Punjab agreements during the Badal government are the chief advisors to the Captain today. Leader of Opposition Harpal Singh Cheema said that the state treasury is being looted from private power companies due to deadly agreements. Mohali’s Mullanpur Police has registered a case under the Disaster Management Act against 200 people including AAP MP Bhagwant Mann, Leader of Opposition, who demonstrated.

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