It is an absurd situation that a minister is a party to the decision of his own government to punish him for murdering an innocent: SAD Leaders 

 

It is an absurd situation that a minister is a party to the decision of his own government to punish him for murdering an innocent: SAD Leaders

The Voice of Chandigarh News | Photo By Ts Bedi

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The Punjab Council of Ministers following the state government’s endorsement of his conviction in a murder case. Accusing the Congress government of playing a fixed match with Sidhu, the SAD demanded that the govt must stop shielding  the murder convict sitting amidst them in cabinet meetings.

 

“  The continued presence of Sidhu in the Punjab cabinet is not only utterly untenable on moral grounds but is also a grave legal and constitutional absurdity, mocking the constitution of India. He cannot remain a member of a government which is seeking a judicial endorsement to punish him for murdering an old, innocent and helpless person . This has created the strangest situation in the history of independent India,” said the Akali leaders , Bikram Singh Majithia, Dr Daljeet Singh Cheema and Mahesh Inder Singh Grewal

 

Addressing a press conference at the party headquarters here this evening, the Akali leaders said ,” it is an absurd situation that a minister is a party to the decision of his own government to punish him for murdering an innocent.” They accused the Punjab government of trying to defraud the people of Punjab by enacting the drama of a fixded match with Sidhu in order to guarantee him an escape route from the grave murder charge against.

 

The Akali leaders also accused the Aam Admi Party leader Sukhpal Singh Khehra of being a part of a conspiracy to shield Navjot Singh Sidhu. “It is strange that in stead of standing by the innocent victim’s   helpless family, Mr Khehra is supporting the minister in this government under a well-planned conspiratorial script.”

 

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