AAP 13-0 in Punjab Lok Sabha Seats Among Seat-Sharing Talks:CM Bhagwant Mann Confident.

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Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, AAP 13-0,

Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann said on Thursday that the AAP is getting ready to win all 13 Lok Sabha seats in Punjab,AAP 13-0. He confidently declared that the opposing parties would not even open their accounts. Mann spoke at an event in Sangrur when he donated 14 libraries to the public.

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Addressing the crowd, Mann attacked clashing political parties, claiming that people are fed up with their “corrupt” leaders. He is sure that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) would win all seats in the state during the next Loksabha election. According to him, the people decided to make AAP all 13 seats win in the state in the next Lok Sabha Election.

Mann highlighted that his government’s basic goal is the welfare and progress of the people, delivering full growth for every single citizen. He said that traditional parties are jealous of him since he is from a common family and works continually for the public good. Mann criticised the politicians in question for thinking they had the right of God to control Punjab, says that the ordinary man successfully giving the state is difficult for them to understand.

Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann criticised the BJP-led Centre of intentionally stopping the Mukh Mantri Teerth Yatra effort by not sending trains to the state. He added that the Centre’s methods to prevent people of paying respect at devoted to locations will fail, and he wants to resume the yatra.

Mann also criticised the Centre for not including the state’s display in the Republic Day parade, claiming it was a lack of respect to great martyrs. He accused the Union government of trying to minimise the efforts and sacrifice of these soldiers by removing their image from the march.

The Chief Minister said that the state government has allocated more than Rs 29 crore for the development of villages in Dhuri. During the ceremony, Mann dedicated 14 new ultra-modern libraries in Sangrur district, which cost Rs 4.62 crore. He believes that these libraries will serve as generators for the state’s growth and prosperity, with the goal of developing reading habits among youths. According to Mann, these world-class libraries have been fitted with modern faciliries and for book lovers will love it.

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