Party leaders playing religious politics
The Chief Minister of Delhi and AAP supremo, Arvind Kejriwal has directed the party leaders of Punjab to play his favourite trick of using religious to woo the voters.
All the Punjab unit leaders of AAP have been directed to follow the footsteps of the top boss. The sincere leaders quickly acted after the advice of their supremo and visited the doaba region to please the Christian voters of Punjab.
AAP leaders pleasing
The AAP leaders met leaders of Punjab Christian United Front (PCUF) in Jalandhar as part of its ongoing ‘Punjab Dialogue’ programme to gather public response before it frames party’s manifesto for the 2017 Punjab polls.
AAP leader Durgesh Pathak and party’s former Delhi MLA Somnath Bharti discussed the problems faced by Christian leaders in the Doaba region and their long-pending demands, including lack of graveyards, and assured them to keep the same in mind. Somnath Bharti is the prominent face of the party because of his domestic violent case. Delhi police had arrested Bharti against a complaint made by his wife.
AAP targets vote banks only
In his recent visits to the state, AAP national convener and Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal had tried to reach out to the Dalits by demanding Bharat Ratna, country’s highest civilian honour for BSP founder Kanshi Ram. He had also met the family of Dalit man Bhim Tank and offered his wife a job in Delhi government. He had also offered help the family members of the dalit scholar Rohit Vemula.
How foolishly the Kejriwal projected himself a massiah of the different communities by offering the lucrative incentives. He failed to give jobs in his own state, Delhi but he offered job to the resident of neighbouring states. This time the AAP has been targeting the Christian community in Punjab for votes only as the party has played the dalit politics on the birth anniversary of BSP founder Kanshi Ram.