Chandigarh, 21 November (IANS). Citing the poor track record of the CBI in the Bargari case, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said on Saturday that his government would not allow the CBI to enter the state without permission. In the Bargari case, the CBI had actually closed the case without any investigation.
Eight states, including Punjab, have refused CBI entry into the state without prior permission. The Chief Minister pointed out that the agency is being used to do politics and a fair investigation through the CBI cannot be ensured.
Bypassing BJP’s presence in Punjab’s political scene, the Chief Minister told a TV channel that BJP was welcome to contest all 117 seats in the state, although the party was not able to win a single seat in the state without an alliance. is.
He said, there is no challenge before the Congress in Punjab. There is no threat to the party even from the Akali and Aam Aadmi Party. These parties have never spoken anything positive for the good of the state.
Singh said that elections are to be held here after 18 months, it is not possible to say which issue will affect the election. He also hoped that the BJP would soon address the grievances of the farmers.
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