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Friday, April 19, 2019

MAJOR SHOT IN THE ARM FOR SAD, JAGMEET BRAR JOINS AKALI DAL

CALLS IT “A RETURN TO ROOTS”

Mukatsar April 19 – The Shiromani Akali Dal Dal today got a major shot
in the arm as former Congress leaders, ex-MP, Jagmeet Brar, widely
counted among the tallest stalwarts from the Malwa belt,  and his
brother and ex-MLA  Ripjeet Singh Brar today joined the Sukhbir Singh
Badal-led party here this afternoon.

  Mr  Jagmit Brar and Ripjeet Brar described their decision as “a
return to roots and a homecoming. “I have always been emotionally and
ideologically much closer to the Panthic and pro-Punjab agenda and
conduct of the Shiromani Akali Dal than to the Congress or any other
outfit in the country,” said Jagmeet Brar addressing the gathering.
The former CM and the SAD president presented Siropas to Mr Jagmeet and
Mr Ripjeet Brar .

Jagmeet Brar and Ripjeet joined the SAD in the presence of the
Akali patriarch and former Punjab CM Sardar Parkash Singh Badal, Union
Cabinet Minister Ms Harsimrat Kaur Badal and former minister Bikram
Singh Majithia, former MLA Ripjeet Singh Brar, apart from thousands of
workers and supporters.

Addressing the gathering, Mr Jagmeet Brar said that Mr Parkash Singh
Badal had always been his role model in politics. “Political leaders
across the political spectrum in the country need to learn a lot from
Mr Badal’s self-effacing humility, his dedication and commitment to
the Panthic ideals and his tireless work for the cause of the poor,
the farmers and the unemployed youth. He is the tallest statesman
in the country today and a messiah for all-round development. Even
when opposed to him along party lines, I have always respected his
class and have always been inspired by his discipline, hard work and
modesty.,” said Mr Brar.

 Mr Brar also admired Ms Harsimrat Kaur Badal saying that she truly
left a mark on the national psyche by the way she espoused the cause
of the people of Punjab in general and the Sikhs in particular. He
recalled her speech on the massacre of innocent Sikhs in 1984,
describing it as “an iconic speech.”

He said that he and his brother  would work  in SAD “as  soldiers and
workers of the party and servants of the people of Punjab.” He
described Mr Sukhbir Singh Badal as “a passionate visionary about
futuristic development cut ina truly Panthic mould.”

 Welcoming Brars into the party, the SAD patron Mr Parkash Singh
Badal asked the  party president to benefit from the vast experience,
zeal and vision of Mr Jagmeet Brar in particular. “Always hold him
tight in an embrace of love and trust. His coming to the SAD is the
final nail in the dying Congress’ coffin in the state,” said the
former CM, adding that Mr Brar was arguably the most impressive orator
in the country today.

Ms Harsimrat Badal too lauded Jagmeet Brar as a tireless worker and
said that despite being in the opposition, she had always been
impressed by the commitment and and work shown by Mr Brar. She called
him a “relentless crusader who has now become a brother in Punjab’s
cause.”

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