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AAP fails to impress
12/5/2022 12:31:11 AM

The Aam Aadmi Party Government in Punjab has remained caught in controversies despite it claiming to have done wonders during the past seven months.
The AAP government in Punjab has come up with its “report card” of seven months of “good governance” in October but not many people were impressed by it.
The Punjab government is finding it hard to explain to the people the two major scams, “promotion scam” and the “recruitment scam.”
In a promotion scam, around fifty percent of the aspirants who were shown as having failed in the written exam were declared as qualified subsequently in reevaluation for the promotion for the post of Naib Tehsildar.
Punjab ministers are camping in Gujarat and are spending huge money to send a message that Arvind Kejriwal’s model of governance is doing wonders.
To make its achievements count, the AAP government has been issuing big advertisements and has spent huge money on the campaign which it has launched.
The people of Punjab are unhappy with the fact that the government is spending the money meant for Punjab in other States and Union Territories just for the sake of publicity.
The Punjab Government is making all out efforts to promote Arvind Kejriwal’s governance model but for doing so it’s spending the money which is meant for development of Punjab and its people. The AAP has been making desperate attempts to make its presence felt in Jammu and Kashmir but the party has not received a positive response from the J&K people as the masses in the Union Territory seem least interested in the Punjab model.
It appears that AAP is on a mission to promote Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal as the tallest leader of the country and for doing so it is spending huge amounts on publicity. During the past few years people have understood that the claims of the AAP government in Delhi about it being corruption free are far from being true. Some of the AAP ministers are in Delhi have been found involved in nig corruption scams and many of them are under scanner.
AAP’s only agenda seems to promote Arvind Kejriwal at any cost. Even at the cost of the money which belongs to other states like Punjab. The party has failed to impress the common man.
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