New Delhi, June 16: Congress pioneer Kamal Nath, who hosts surrendered as the gathering’s responsible for Punjab undertakings, today rubbished the claims being leveled against him and denounced the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) of bending actualities for their ulterior intentions.
“The Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP), Shiromani Akali Dal and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) have played legislative issues by forcing such assertions against me,” he told the media.
“Following 22 years, Nanavati Commission gave a decision to support me. Sukhbir Badal from Akali Dal talked in the support of the decision,” he said.
Nath blamed the restriction parties for endeavoring to redirect individuals’ consideration from main problems in Punjab including agriculturists’ predicament.
The Congress pioneer experienced harsh criticism in the wake of being named as the gathering’s responsible for Punjab undertakings over his affirmed association in the 1984 hostile to Sikh mobs.
In a letter to Congress president Sonia Gandhi, Kamal Nath asked for her to ease him from his obligations so that the consideration of the gathering is not redirected from main problems, for example, the ‘wild medication exchange’ in Punjab.
“Certain components are raking up these issues now just for political increases. I am touched by the backing appeared by our gathering specialists and pioneers in Punjab in dismissing the false allegations. I am a specialist of Nehruvian governmental issues and censuring of the Congress party utilizing false allegations is unsatisfactory to me,” Nath said in the letter.
Trusting that the gathering concentrates on the up and coming races as opposed to the furore over his arrangement, he included the Congress must highlight the issues of misgovernance, wretchedness of agriculturists and youth, infringe upon down of lawfulness and widespread medication exchange Punjab.
“Given this, I ask for that I might be soothed of my charge to guarantee that the consideration is not occupied from the main problems confronting Punjab,” he said.