Aam Aadmi Party national leader and Punjab Incharge, Sanjay Singh took a jibe at Prime Minister for not taking action against Robert Vadra, Son-in-Law of Congress Chief Sonia Gandhi in defence deal issue. He said that before election Modi used to claim to send Vadra in jail for his alleged land scam in the various states of India but after coming to power he did not uttered his name even once. Singh said that Congress and BJP are the two sides of same coin and befooling the citizens of the country.
Singh said that the source of funds for a property in London is suspected to have been funded by Sanjay Bhandari, a defence dealer and it is evident that the money was being paid to Vadra for getting deals in previous UPA government. He asked, “Despite having all the proofs against Vadra, what is stopping Modi to initiate action against Vadra?”
“Before elections, BJP released a CD and booklet of allegations against scams of Robert Vadra, was that also a ‘Jumla’?” asked Sanjay. He said that Modi should fulfill his promise by taking action against Vadra.
Meanwhile senior Journalist Major Singh on Tuesday joined Aam Aadmi Party at Chandigarh in the presence of AAP National Leader and Incharge, Sanjay Singh, AAP Punjab Convener, Sucha Singh Chhotepur, National organisational building head, Durgesh Pathak and other leaders. Singh worked with a number of vernacular newspapers and was working with ‘Daily Ajit’ before joining the party.
Welcoming Major Singh in party fold, Sanjay Singh Said that journalist are the important part of any society and play a vital role in awakening the masses about the issues concerned. He said that in the past as well many renowned journalists have joined the party, which has given strength to the revolution initiated by Arvind Kejriwal.
Expressing happiness over his new inning of life, Major Singh Said that as a journalist, he has always worked for the betterment of the society through his writings and it is the time to serve the society in a different capacity. He said that he will give suggestions to party on the basis of his journalistic experiences.
The other leaders who were present during the function included Kanwar Sandhu, Himmat Shergill, Gurpreet Singh Ghuggi, Harjot Singh Bains, Kultar Singh, Jagtar Singh Sanghera, R.R. Bhardwaj, Boota Singh Ashant and Karan Tiwana.