Days after the Aam Aadmi Party accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of trying to topple its government, Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann has called a special session of the Punjab Assembly on September 22 to seek the trust vote. Punjab Chief Minister and AAP leader Bhagwant Mann announced this on Twitter. Bhagwant Mann tweeted in Punjabi that a special session of the Punjab Legislative Assembly would be called on Thursday, September 22 and a trust vote would be tabled.
The Chief Minister said that the people of Punjab had given a thumping majority to our government, but some forces that are destroying democratic values are trying to woo our MLAs with the help of money and wealth. That is why we have decided to gain the trust of the people of the state in this special session. The Chief Minister clearly said that AAP MLAs cannot be weighed in terms of wealth as they are dedicated and committed to the ideology of the party.
He said that the nefarious designs to destabilize the government in Punjab have failed miserably as the MLAs of our party are loyal to the people of the state. Bhagwant Mann said that in this special session the attempts to topple the democratically elected government in Punjab would be exposed. At the same time, the Chief Minister said that the poor tricks of wooing the MLAs with greed and greed were not done in Punjab, as it was the MLAs who thwarted the plans to derail his government. Bhagwant Mann said that even during the assembly polls, all the parties had tried to lure the voters with money, but the people of Punjab stood like a rock with the Aam Aadmi Party and its elected MLAs.
He said that now these MLAs will contribute to the progress of Punjab and the prosperity of the people. The Chief Minister said that these MLAs are dedicated and loyal to the party, Punjab and the people of Punjab. He further said that these MLAs will never sell their conscience for the sake of money. He said that anti-Punjab forces should stop dreaming of toppling the elected government in the state as Punjabis would never forgive such people for this crime.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government in the state had earlier claimed that the BJP had offered Rs 25 crore each to some of its MLAs. Earlier this month, the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP government in Delhi also moved a confidence motion in the Assembly after alleging horse-trading of MLAs against the Bharatiya Janata Party and won.