Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Thursday protected Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi’s ‘UP, Bihar ke bhaiye’ comment which has made a political tempest.
Priyanka Gandhi was spotted remaining close to Channi, gesturing in arrangement in the viral video shared by a few resistance pioneers.
Presently, the Congress general secretary has raced to Channi’s safeguard, faulting ideological groups for misconstruing his assertion.
“All that CM Charanjit Channi said was that Punjab ought to be controlled by Punjabis. His assertion was confounded. I don’t think anybody from UP is keen on coming to Punjab and administering,” Priyanka Gandhi said according to news office ANI.
In a most recent turn of events, Charanjit Singh Channi too explained his comment, saying that his remark was confounded.
“I was discussing individuals who come from outside and make disturbances here. Punjab is as a significant part of individuals of UP-Bihar, Rajasthan and somewhere else, who come here and work, however much it is our own. Thus, it isn’t more right than wrong to introduce it in some other way,” Channi told news organization ANI.
In a video that became famous online yesterday, Channi was heard saying, “Priyanka Gandhi is the little girl in-law of Punjab. Won’t let the ‘Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi de bhaiye’, who have come here to govern, enter the state.”
State head Modi during a convention in Fazilka’s Abohar attacked Congress over Channi’s comment.
“Congress generally sets individuals of one district in opposition to others with the goal that their vehicle continues to move. The whole nation heard what Punjab boss pastor said yesterday and his Delhi family, his ‘malik’ was applauding. Whom did they affront by that assertion? There won’t be any town here where our family from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar are not working,” PM Modi said.
Delhi boss pastor and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) public convener Arvind Kejriwal had additionally named the comments “despicable”. furthermore Union regulation clergyman and BJP pioneer Kiren Rijiju blamed the Congress for attempting to “separation and rule”.
Punjab goes to surveys in single stage decisions for its 117-part Assembly on February 20. The counting of votes will occur on March 10.