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‘Maharaja CM’: Bhagwant Mann moves with 42 cars
9/28/2022 10:59:47 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 28: The so-called simplicity of the leader of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has been exposed in an RTI reply of Congress leader Partap Singh Bajwa.
In the RTI filed by Congress Legislative Party (CLP) leader in the Punjab Assembly, Partap Singh Bajwa, the government has replied that the present Chief Minister of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Bhagwant Singh Mann usually moves with a convoy of 42 cars in his cavalcade.
The Chief Minister, who claimed to be “Aam Aadmi” has crossed all limits of cars in his cavalcade. In the reply, it is clearly mentioned that the former Chief Minister had 33 vehicles when he was Chief Minister from 2007 to 2017 in his cavalcade.
When Capt. Amarinder Singh became Chief Minister there was no change in the total number of vehicles in the cavalcade of the Chief Minister.
Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leadership used to criticize Capt. Amarinder Singh for his lavish style. AAP leadership used to taunt Capt. Singh with the word “Maharaja” for using big cavalcade.
Before becoming Chief Minister, Bhagwant Singh Mann used to question what “Kings and Maharajas” do with the convoy of so many vehicles.
During the election campaign in Punjab, AAP had promised that the party would minimize government expenditure to provide relief to the people but this RTI has exposed AAP’s simplicity.
The AAP leadership had promised that party leaders would travel only in one official vehicle but they have crossed all limits.
“Will CM Mann himself clarify now what he is doing with the convoy of 42 vehicles? Is this the Badlav AAP promised?”, one netizen asked on social media.
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