Don’t defame the status of ‘khakhi’ in Punjab, Bains
Ferozepur, August 3, 2018: Giving a social warning to the police not defame the status of ‘khakhi uniform’ and drug smugglers, we will end the protest march with positive results by eradicating the ‘chitta’ from the state, said Jasbir Singh Bhullar, District President Lok Insaf Party – LIP.
Lok Insaf Party – LIP today organized ‘Protest March’ from historical gurudawara Jamni Sahib-Bazidpur to District Administrative Complex-DAC DC Office to intensify the agitation against drugs and corruption to save Punjab under the banner Lok Jagao-Jawani Bachao. The Ros March was led by Simarjit Singh Bains, National President.
Added here, the LIP – Lok Insaaf Party was founded by Simarjit Singh Bains and his brother Balwinder Singh Bains. This party has influence in Ludhiana district. It contested Punjab Legislative Assembly election, 2017 on 5 seats in alliance with Aam Admi Party.
Speaking on the occasion, Simarjit Singh Bains said, “Today we have organized a joint Protest March against drugs – now a day’s popularly called – Chitta – White – recognized by the government and its sale being arranged by the police, to save the youths of Punjab”.
Bains said, “The name of DGP Punjab has figured in the report of SIT – constituted by the High Court – by IPS officer Chhatopadhaya, having links with the smugglers for sale of drugs in the state. In such a situation, the question is as to how the drugs sale can be stopped?, pointed out Bains.
Expressing concern over the number of deaths of youth in the state now instead of committing suicides, Bains made an appeal to the Punjabis said, in case we want to make Punjab a drug free land, don’t break the social bonding.
He further said, had the governments and police committed to eradicate the drug menace from the state, and then there would not have been increase in its sale from 2013 to 2018.
Giving a social warning to the drug smugglers and police not to defame the status of ‘khakhi uniform’, Bains said, we will end this protest with positive results by eradicating the ‘chitta’ from the state.