AAP leaders lost their direction on SYL issue

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Kejriwal-Phoolka differ their views on SYL row

It seems the AAP leadership has completely lost the direction on SYL issue. The recent statement by the senior Supreme Court lawyer and AAP leader H S Phoolka has reflected that the party is full of the misguided missiles.

AAP leaders are giving their statements on the SYL issue which had sparked the ire against the ruling Delhi government by the legislators of Haryana. Even the Haryana assembly had passed the resolution against Kejriwal for his statement on SYL issue in which he had backed Punjab.

After Kejriwal, HS Phoolka commented on the issue to get mileage

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Earlier, Kejriwal had deliberately commented on the issue without considering the consequences. Later, he had changed the statement also. Following the footsteps of his boss, the AAP leader H S Phoolka has now given his silly comments on SYL issue.

The misguided leader has blamed the centre government for the water crisis in Punjab. Though Phoolka blamed the Congress government for architecting the crisis but he has not commented on Congress whole heartedly. As per the information, the AAP is hand in glove with Congress and that’s why Phoolka not uttered the Congress name loudly.

He has come up with the comments that the Union government can resolve the issue of water. Phoolka held a press conference and gave his comments on the issue. It was just a political stunt of the lawyer to get fame in news. He tried to use the art of his boss to make his name in the headlines.

Kejriwal and Phoolka on the opposite tracks

The AAP supremo Arvind Kejriwal was the first leader from the party who had given his comments on SYL issue. In his statement, Kejriwal had backed Punjab and said that Punjab had no spare water for Haryana.

Later, Kejriwal changed his statement and said that water should be given to everyone. After Kejriwal, another AAP leader Phoolka commented on the issue but they both are differ on SYL. The lawyer raised a different question on SYL which is entirely baseless. It seems the both leaders have lost their tuning and working as misguided missiles.

Reference:

http://www.tribuneindia.com/news/punjab/community/tell-centre-to-withdraw-case-from-sc-phoolka-to-badal/211628.html

 

Kejriwal’s U-turn on SYL

“Living upto dubious distinction awarded to Arvind Kejriwal, he has displayed yet again U-turn. After taking firm stand on contentious & emotive issue of river water sharing between Punjab & Haryana, he has tried to smug over the issue by stating that there should be no politics over the issue.”

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 Coveting votes in the upcoming assembly polls in Punjab, Aam Aadmi Party had joined in with the political parties who wanted to score political points agreed over more than three decades-old agreements to share water with Haryana. Even though the matter is sub judicious in the Supreme Court, in an open defiance of apex court political parties are busy in mud slinging and blame-game.

Controversy never refuses to dies down

The Sutlej-Yamuna canal is nearly 85% complete after decades in the making.  More than 700 crores have been spent on it and this was also termed as the trigger for eruption of militancy in the state, which lasted fro close to two decades.

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Kejriwal retracted on the issue

Kejriwal is leaving no stone unturned in the upcoming high stake assembly polls in Punjab. After taking a cautious approach, Kejriwal went up against Haryana in the vicious battle of river water sharing between Punjab & Haryana. Projected himself as savior of Punjab’s interests.

Infuriated by Mr Kejriwal’s jutting into the dispute, Haryana was up in arms against Kejriwal and fearing Public outrage on the issue, Kejriwal retracted on the issue with an aim to suppress on ongoing controversy.

Haryana expressed its resentment over Delhi government and asked it build its own canal. It must be noted that last month, in midst of Jaat agitation, Haryana saw a major canal being seized and damaged; Delhi was left without water; and the army was called in to restore water supply by freeing the canal.