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rubbishes claim AAp approaching him

Sun 17 Jan 2016, 00:18:48
It rubbished the reported claims of Manpreet that AAP had approached him to come into party fold. Former Punjab finance minister Manpreet Badal had on Friday announced to join Congress by merging his outfit People's Party of Punjab (PPP) in Delhi. Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Saturday attacked Manpreet Badal, who joined Congress by merging his party, saying the estranged nephew of Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal "shook hands" with a party which was accused of big scandals like 2G, coal scams. AAP, aiming to repeat their historic win of Delhi polls in 2017 Punjab assembly polls, has vision to bring change in the state by ending corruption, drug menace, stopping exodus of industry and save farming community. "Our struggle is to end corruption, drug abuse, to bail out farmers from crisis and promote industry which is completely in bad shape at present. We are simple men and belonged to simple families unlike him (Manpreet Badal)," he said. Chottepur said AAP never approached Manpreet to join the party. "As far as I know AAP never approached Manpreet to join us. If he had approached himself, then I don't know," he said. Manpreet, who was the state Finance minister in 2010, had quit the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal after differences with his uncle Parkash Singh Badal and cousin Sukhbir Singh Badal, and floated his own party PPP. Manpreet has no standing of his own and is a man with double standards. You can always expect him to sway with the wind," they said. that he deserted his own partymen but the people would not tolerate such shameless chameleon like behaviour. You cannot keep changing your stance every day," he added. It has now become clear that Manpreet has become so desperate
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