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Stop spreading lies, take care of Delhi people: Channi tells AAP leaders

Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi during his visit to government school in Makdona Kalan village in Chamkaur Sahib on December 20, 2021. Photo: DPR

Chamkaur Sahib, Dec 20 (MNN) Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi on Monday accused AAP leaders of “spreading lies” and asked them to take care of Delhi people rather than finding faults in government system in Punjab.

“Instead of finding faults in Punjab and Punjabis, the AAP leaders should focus on providing basic facilities to Delhi people who are suffering due to their poor performance,” he said during his visit to a village school where Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sosodia had gone in the past.

Channi said that the school is “not only perfect but one of the best schools” in the state.

During a walk from Morinda to Chamkaur Sahib, Channi went to the school in his maternal village Makdona Kalan and said the “rumour-monger Aam Aadmi Party leadership was indulging in slanderous campaign” on the state of government schools in Punjab.

He said that he had already sanctioned Rs 50 lakh for the school, besides an astroturf worth Rs 70 lakh for the playground.

Channi claimed that compared with any school ‘showcased’ under the Delhi model by the AAP, this school in Punjab had one of the best infrastructures, computer lab, library, eduset online facility and modern projector room.

The Chief Minister said that Sisodia had tried to paint a bad picture of the school a few days ago by showing a storeroom on the campus.

“The propaganda unleashed by outsiders to satisfy their lust for power has been exposed,” the Congress CM remarked.

Claiming that the nefarious designs of AAP leaders to gain power in the next Assembly elections will be thwarted by Punjab people.

He warned the AAP leaders to desist from allegedly spreading false stories about the state of education and health in Punjab which he claimed were “one of the best in the country”.

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