AAP Australia supports party’s stand on Majithia issue

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BY SAT News Desk

MELBOURNE, 19 March: AAP Australia has supported party chief Arvind Kejriwal’s decision to tender an apology to former Punjab Minister in the Akali-BJP government Bikram Singh Majithia alleged to be responsible for Punjab’s drug menace.

In a statement signed by office bearers Rakesh Prajapati, Amarjit Singh Brar and Alamjit Singh Boparai and emailed to South Asia Times (SAT) the AAP Australia unit has said, “On behalf of AAP AUSTRALIA we acknowledge and support the party’s decision to tender apology by the party chief Mr Arvind Kejriwalji. We understand that the party’s core committee has done enough brainstorming and made such decision so that our leadership could concentrate on the doing the prime job they have been elected for, that is to serve the people. In the last 3 years of governance, unlike any other political parties, our leadership has proved that their intention is to deliver on their promises.”

“We request all our honest volunteers and the Punjab AAP unit to stand strong in these tough times, as they have always done in the past. The decisions made by the leadership are always in the best interest of the party leading to the bigger goal of delivering clean governance for the much deserving people of our country, the statement said.

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