AAP is accused by Shiromani Akali Dal of weakening Punjab's rightful claim to Chandigarh.

Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) government in Punjab accused the Aam Admi Party (AAP) government of hobnobbing with the centre and the Haryana governments to dilute and weaken Punjabs true and constitutionally acknowledged claim on its capital, Chandigarh . The party said that not an inch of land from Chandigarh will be allowed to be transferred to or swap .

Chandigarh (Punjab) (India), November 24 : The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) government in Punjab accused the Aam Admi Party (AAP) government of hobnobbing with the centre and the Haryana governments to dilute and weaken Punjabs true and constitutionally acknowledged claim on its capital, Chandigarh, on Thursday.The party said that not an inch of land from Chandigarh will be allowed to be transferred to or swap Both houses of Parliament, as well as successive governments at the heart, have acknowledged this.The Punjab Accord has also enabled Haryana to redevelop the city into Punjab, according to senior Akali leaders Dr Daljeet Singh Cheema, S Hira Singh Gabria, and S Harcharan Singh Bains.In this meeting, a senior committee of the party headed by Haryana government met with the Punjab Governor to demand that he decline the request for an allotment of 10 acres of land for the construction of the Haryana Vidhansabha building Professor Chandumajra said that a two-member commission led by S MaheshInder Singh Grewal and Dr Daljit Singh Cheema would consult Eminent lawyers for prosecuting the situation.

Punjab is a headless state with no government in office today.With daily broad daylight murders, lootings, and other brutal acts becoming the new norm in Gujarat, the entire AAP government and the CM are dancing away to glory, he said, adding that there is no place for personal safety and security, and that the government is acting as either a witness to the lawless forces or a helpless bystander.In addition to the total fall of state law and order, there have been countless high-profile murders.Punjab was once a prosperous state under the leadership of S Parkash Singh Badals, but it is now in jeopardy, he said.

Professor Chandumajra said the government is inflicting damage on Banda Singh Bahadur Ji, the chief minister who had empowered the poor peasants by bestowing these lands on them, and that the CM should immediately close the situation by apologizing to the farm leaders.According to he, the AAP government has ended all social programs and is reverting to its obligations to the poor and ordinary people, including Rs 1000 to each Punjabi adult female.

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