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Chamkaur Sahib villagers to dump Congress in Punjab Assembly election, say unhappy over Channi 'not acceding to their demands'

Arun Sharma

Press Reporter News Service

Morinda, January 4

Announcement of growth initiatives price Rs 1,000 crore and grant to village panchayats by CM Charanjit Singh Channi doesn’t appear to have made the citizens in his meeting constituency of Chamkaur Sahib glad as they need extra.

As Channi “failed” in assembly their calls for, numerous individuals in close by Sarhana village introduced to not assist Congress within the upcoming meeting elections.

Whereas an aggrieved household needed that their son in police get promoted from assistant sub inspector to sub inspector, the opposite had demanded switch of a girl police official from Morinda to Chamkaur Sahib close to her village. A ‘staunch’ supporter of Channi within the village determined to not assist him henceforth as his son and daughter weren’t given appropriate jobs.

One other household is irritated with the chief minister as he did not challenge instructions to the deputy commissioner to challenge an arms licence to their son-in-law.

This isn’t the one part of individuals within the chief minister’s meeting constituency who’re dissatisfied with him for not acceding to their calls for.

Native mediapersons are additionally up in arms towards him as their grievance is that Channi has stopped attending their cellphone calls since taking up as chief minister. One of many scribes believed to be his confidant is reportedly irritated with Channi as his brother did not get job as excise and taxation officer. One other needed her daughter to be inducted in Workers Service Choice Board.

Sources stated lots of of comparable requests attain the chief minister from Chamkaur Sahib and Morinda daily.

Asserting the choice to give up Congress together with numerous locals, Sarhana village sarpanch Simarjit Singh stated the village had greater than 700 voters and majority of them had supported Channi wholeheartedly over the past three elections. “In addition to many growth works, together with restore of roads, building of a dharamshala and cremation floor and cleansing of water pond, the chief minister issued a grant of Rs 22 lakh to the village panchayat. However he did nothing to unravel the issues of people,” he stated.

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