Chandigarh Diary: Opposition Leader Leaves No Chance To Punch CM Mann – The New Indian Express

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CM Mann recalled from his visit to Germany
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, who is in Germany – on an official visit to attract investors to Punjab – cut short his days there to reach Delhi on Saturday. Now, the CM will attend a meeting – scheduled for Sunday – convened by Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) National Leader Arvind Kejriwal in the presence of the 92 Punjab AAP MPs, MPs and other leaders. Earlier, he was due back on Monday as the chief minister’s office made the changes to the tickets. Interestingly, it was this week that Mann’s claim that luxury automaker BMW is moving to Punjab backfired. The BMW Group in India was quick to say it had no plan as such.

Oppn leader leaves no chance to hit CM
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann continues his woes with AAP leaders Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia to question Himachal Pradesh and Haryana. To this, opposition leader and senior congressman Partap Singh Bajwa said Mann had exploited the state to fulfill the wishes of his political masters. Mann joined in the hubbub by issuing a statement from Germany that the BJP is trying to overthrow his government in “Operation Lotus.” The Congress leader even went on to say that Mann is now resisting Kejriwal’s advice on the majority of Punjab issues, and that was probably not welcomed by the latter.

As popularity drops, AAP MPs told to go online
A few MPs from the ruling AAP had a poll conducted in their home constituencies to gauge their popularity and, to their surprise, the results were disappointing. Their charts have dropped from where they were during pre-election days in the state. So, to make amends, lawmakers approached senior party brass in Delhi for a course correction that they were told to use social media to boost their image. According to sources, they have been told to engage more often with opposition leaders on social media.

CM Mann recalled from Germany visiting Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann who is in Germany – on an official visit to woo investors in Punjab – cut short his days there to reach Delhi on Saturday. Now, the CM will attend a meeting – scheduled for Sunday – convened by Delhi Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) National Leader Arvind Kejriwal in the presence of the 92 Punjab AAP MPs, MPs and other leaders. Earlier, he was due back on Monday as the chief minister’s office made the changes to the tickets. Interestingly, it was this week that Mann’s claim that luxury automaker BMW is moving to Punjab backfired. The BMW Group in India was quick to say it had no plan as such. Oppn leader leaves no chance to hit CM Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann continues his routs with AAP leaders Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia to question Himachal Pradesh and Haryana . To this, opposition leader and senior congressman Partap Singh Bajwa said Mann had exploited the state to fulfill the wishes of his political masters. Mann joined in the hubbub by issuing a statement from Germany that the BJP is trying to overthrow his government in “Operation Lotus.” The Congress leader even went on to say that Mann is now resisting Kejriwal’s advice on the majority of Punjab issues, and that was probably not welcomed by the latter. As popularity drops, AAP MPs told to go online A few ruling AAP MPs had a poll taken in their home constituencies to gauge their popularity and, to their surprise, the results were disappointing. Their charts have dropped from where they were during pre-election days in the state. So, to make amends, lawmakers approached senior party brass in Delhi for a course correction that they were told to use social media to boost their image. According to sources, they have been told to engage more often with opposition leaders on social media.

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