Mohali: It won’t be a surprise if Bikram Majithia joins BJP, says Amrinder Singh Raja Warring
Stressing that Manjinder Singh Sirsa’s membership revealed Akali’s closeness to the BJP, Transport Minister Amrinder Singh Raja Warring said on Thursday that it would not be surprising for SAD chief Bikram Singh Majithia to follow suit. not and soon joined the BJP.
Warring, who was in Kharar to lay the foundation stone for the modern bus station, said Majithia would announce the news of her BJP membership at any time.
While reacting to the “theaters” of the AAP, he said that all the opposition was shaken. Taking a shot at Delhi’s deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia, he said leaders like him were being forced to orchestrate the inspection of a school toilet.
Urging people to empower Congress to continue serving the Punjab in 2022, Warring said the world was talking about the work of Punjab chief minister Charanjit Singh Channi in two months.
Nearly 400 buses, including 70 from Badals, were impounded, Warring said, adding that anyone who flouted the standards would not be spared at all costs.
Lay the stone of ??6.5 cr bus station
Giving a major boost to the region’s infrastructure, Warring laid the foundation stone for the modern bus station which will be built here at the cost of ??6.57 crores. The next high-tech bus station will be equipped with all modern amenities. It will be developed on a 16 kanal plot of panchayat samiti in the heart of the city.
“The chief minister told me that he had already gone to Kharar by bus to join a commotion and that at that time the buses did not stop in Kharar. He then decided to make sure that the city has an appropriate bus station, ”he said.
Warring assured the traders that no one’s belongings would be affected and that they would be properly housed in the future complex.
Dr Manohar Singh, younger brother of the chief minister, said that the construction of the bus stop in Kharar was the chief minister’s dream project.
He mentioned that the Chief Minister had recently laid the foundation stone for a modern state-of-the-art model school that will be set up on an area of 5 acres in the village of Badali, an English middle school where about 5,000 students would benefit from quality training. education.