Chandigarh. Violent clashes broke out between two groups over an anti-Khalistan march in Punjab’s Patiala district. In which four people got injured. Shiv Sena leader Harish Singla has been arrested in this connection. Meanwhile, Union Minister Anurag Thakur targeted the Bhagwant Mann government of the state. He said that how law and order is crumbling in Punjab.
According to news agency ANI, Union Minister Anurag Thakur said that questions were raised on the ability and thinking of the Aam Aadmi Party before the elections and even during the elections. Questions were also raised about the people with whom he has relationships and the thinking he promotes. What has happened in Patiala is an indication of how law and order is crumbling in Punjab.
He said that the Chief Minister of Punjab is spending less time in Punjab and more time outside Punjab… Will strict action be taken against those who have done the work of disturbing the peace… May there be peace, development, peace in Punjab. Maintaining brotherhood has been the priority of BJP.
Patiala District Magistrate Sakshi Sahni said that an FIR has been registered in the matter, police is taking action. There is no need to panic if mobile internet services will remain closed till 6 pm today. I would request everyone to maintain peace. The situation here is under control and we are continuously monitoring it. One person has been arrested in the case. The condition of all the patients injured in the incident is stable.
Even before polls, questions were raised about intentions & capabilities of AAP. Their connections with people were questioned too. Punjab CM is spending more time outside the state. Center & BJP wants peace and brotherhood in Punjab:Union min Anurag Thakur on Patiala incident pic.twitter.com/JJN9bbHsjU
— ANI (@ANI) April 30, 2022
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