and the Badals have looted Punjab
during the last 15 years and now the time is ripe to get rid of them and the people of Punjab
are waiting eagerly (for it)," he said at a rally in Mukerian.
"The Badals during the last 10 years of misrule have amassed huge money because they had control on almost all businesses including transport, cable, mining and liquor," the Delhi
Chief Minister alleged, claiming Badals had "squeezed Punjab
to mint money."
"Akalis have already smelled their humiliating defeat in the forthcoming Assembly polls and have colluded with Amarinder. They are jointly contesting the Punjab
Assembly polls," he claimed.
"I have learnt many hoardings (of Amarinder), which have been put up across Punjab
have actually been funded by Badals," Kejriwal said.
He reiterated that contracts of mining and bus permits, which Badals obtained through "misuse of power" would be taken back and be distributed to unemployed youth, once AAP
is voted to power.
"So far more than 40 lakh youth of Punjab
are trapped in the drug network spread by Akalis," Kejriwal alleged, adding an AAP
government within a month will break the supply chain of drugs.
He assured that those addicted to drugs will be rehabilitated through rehabilitation centres at war footing within six months and will be given employment.
Hoshiarpur MLA candidate Paramjit Sachdeva, Sham Churasi candidate Ravjot Singh, Dasuya candidate Balbir Kaur Phull and Urmur candidate Jasvir Singh Raja Gill were also present.
Meanwhile, in a rally at Sujanpur in Pathankot, Kejriwal alleged that both Badal and the Congress
had done no actual work to improve the health and education system in Punjab.
"In the last 15 years, be it SAD-BJP or Congress, none of them have actually worked to improve the health and education system in Punjab, which have not only deteriorated but of-late has completely collapsed," he said.
in-charge Jarnail Singh said the people of the state would throw away the corrupt Congress
and Akalis in upcoming elections.