Amritsar: Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday sounded the poll bugle in Punjab and said that his party would register a thumping win in the state assembly elections slated for next year.
Addressing a rally Kejriwal said, “According to various surveys conducted nationwide, AAP will sweep at least 100 seats of 117 in Punjab.”
Kejriwal, who started a three-day political tour of Punjab with prayers at two famous shrines, Amritsar’s Golden Temple and Durgiana Mandir in the holy city, the Delhi Chief Minister said that if AAP comes to power, the people behind desecration of Quran and Guru Granth Sahib will be booked to justice.
He also promised to end the menace of drugs business and mafias in Punjab within a month, saying, “The Aam Aadmi Party if comes to power, it can curb and put an end to drugs business and mafias in Punjab within a month.”
“First Capt Amarinder looted Punjab followed by Badals, if AAP comes to power we will put behind bars those involved in corruption,” he added.
Kejriwal, who is on his second long tour to Punjab this year, had earlier made a five-day trip to various parts of the state in February. (ANI)