Amarinder Singh Lost Has 'Mental Balance': Congress MP Pratap Bajwa

Pratap Singh Bajwa mentioned Amarinder Singh “has misplaced his psychological stability”.

Chandigarh:

Congress MP Pratap Singh Bajwa on Wednesday mentioned that Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh “has misplaced his psychological stability” as a result of he was questioned on 121 deaths in hooch tragedy by his personal get together leaders.

“Captain saheb misplaced his psychological stability after we (Bajwa and Rajya Sabha MP Shamsher Singh Dullo) raised questions on 121 deaths in hooch tragedy as he’s considering that his personal get together MP is questioning him,” Mr Bajwa advised ANI.

“Two years in the past, a railway accident occurred in Amritsar by which 60 individuals died. You shaped an SIT however nothing occurred. Then a blast occurred in a cracker manufacturing facility in Batala, SIT was shaped however nothing occurred. So, in Hooch tragedy, we ask the SIT you’re forming: Can commissioner Jalandhar examine as a result of excise dept is with Captain Amarinder? The pplice is headed by Amarinder Singh as a house minister,” Mr Bajwa mentioned.

He added, “I simply approached Governor to dig out the losses incurred by the excise division. And about illicit distilleries, so if he (Amarinder Singh) thinks it’s a cold-blooded homicide, then we gave a memorandum to Governor that this hooch tragedy must be investigated by ED or CBI. On this, he (Amarinder Singh) misplaced psychological stability and now it has reached such a stage that police safety for me was withdrawn.”

“I need to ask Capt Amarinder Singh if he believes in democracy. You are democratically elected CM and never maharaja of Patiala,” Mr Bajwa mentioned, on Mr Singh’s comment over his letter to the police.

Taking sturdy exception Mr Bajwa’s letter to Punjab DGP Dinkar Gupta, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh had requested the latter to put in writing to him, or to the get together excessive command in Delhi if he had any grudge or criticism in opposition to the state authorities.

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