People who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones
Whether it is the Aam Aadmi Party or be it the Congess, one’s who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones. Both the parties are factionalism-ridden, and are craving to be in power and this truth is in public domain. How can a party take along the people of Punjab when it couldn’t control its four MPs and failed to keep them together? Elections are still far away, but AAP leaders are coming out and openly accusing each other of sexual exploitation, dictatorship, corruption etc., clear enough for us know that this party is devoid of rules, discipline and it lacks political maturity. Given this, how can a responsible Punjabi hand over the reins of power to them?
When it comes to Congress, the nation as well as Punjab has witnessed its rule. Congress today claims to be the saviour of the farmers and the dalits, but we still haven’t forgotten the gory incidents that took place under its reign. The gruesome killings in Delhi and the black days or militancy in Punjab are fresh in our minds. Today factionalism is at its peak in the Congress and the party is reduced to a crowd around a family. How can it keep Punjab intact?
Therefore, such parties and their leaders should think a thousand times before pointing fingers at the BJP. Ours is a party of discipline where we toe the organization’s ideology and respect each other. There is no factionalism within the party nor are we fighting for tickets. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has been able to achieve what the successive Congress governments failed to in seven decades. BJP in Punjab stands tall and united.
Amarinder and Kejriwal need not worry about BJP, they should rather keep their homes in order. Our work speaks for us.
President, BJP, Punjab