Swords drawn in Punjab-Haryana regarding Chandigarh, new controversy started as soon as AAP government was formed

Chandigarh: These days swords are drawn in Punjab and Haryana regarding Chandigarh. Recently, by passing a resolution in the Punjab Assembly, CM Bhagwant Mann demanded the transfer of Chandigarh to Punjab, since then politics has heated up. Now Haryana is also preparing to stake its claim on the capital Chandigarh. Therefore, the talk of convening a special session of the Haryana Legislative Assembly on 5 April has come to the fore.

On the other hand, Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal said on Punjab's proposal to transfer Chandigarh, that we will not let Chandigarh go anywhere. Chandigarh was, is and will be the capital of Haryana. CM Khattar said that the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has double standards. During his stay in Punjab for a few days, he has given air to the controversial issue of Chandigarh. CM Khattar said that I feel that the Punjab government is doing this work on the orders of someone else. At the same time, he said that AAP cannot even dare to look towards Haryana. At the same time, during a program in Jind on Sunday, CM Khattar bluntly said that our government is strictly against corruption. CM Khattar said that the era of corruption, Manohar Lal, Manohar Lal. He said that corruption will not be tolerated at all in the state.

Let us inform that earlier CM Khattar had said that the decision of the Punjab government regarding Chandigarh is highly condemnable. Democracy has a system, but they have taken a one-sided decision. Such decisions have no place in a democracy. He said that Arvind Kejriwal and Bhagwant Mann should apologize to the people of Haryana. Haryana CM Manohar Lal Khattar said that Chandigarh will continue to be the joint capital of both the states of Haryana and Punjab. We have many issues which need to be discussed.

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