Punjab

CM Channi himself broke the law and shouted on the streets

Kuldeep Sood | February 01, 2022 09:49 PM

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 Barnala: Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, who is contesting from Bhadaur Assembly constituency, himself broke the law and educated youth shouted slogans against Canni. There is talk on social media about why laws are only for the general public. The Chief Minister, who owns Rs 14 crore, tried his best to show himself as a common man. But the trend hashtag #Manjange on social media regarding the Bhadaur constituency could prove fatal for the Chief Minister. Let it be known that Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi addressed the rally at Milan Palace, Bhadaur. According to the rules of the Election Commission, no more than 500 can be gathered indoors. 

But the Chief Minister's rally was attended by more than a thousand people without masks and social distance. Which no official considered necessary to pay attention to. Apart from this the teachers who have been doing raw work for the last 15 years surrounded the Chief Minister. He said that Chief Minister has always said that he has made 36,000 permanent employees in Punjab. If Canni named 36 then they will withdraw their struggle. They chanted slogans in the streets and tried to stop the Chief Minister. However, the police dragged him away from the road and the Chief Minister rolled his eyes.

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