“21st century’s Saudia Arabia is India”. Agree. Same freedom of speech, same treatment of women and both ruled by a royal family.
Arnab Ray [@greatbong], The author of May I Hebb Your Attention Pliss and The Mine.
“What is happening to human resource in Punjab? Seven out of ten youths have the problem of drugs.”
Rahul Gandhi, General Secretary, Congress
Sukhbir Singh Badal, the Dy CM, while speaking to The Times of India blamed the Congress of trying to divert people’s attention from the scams.
“Congress’s policy was first to dub our youth terrorists. Now, they want to put the stigma of drugs on them. I am shocked at the statistics he has announced. Before making such allegations, he should look at the rape cases in a state ruled by his party.”
Sukhbir Singh Badal, Deputy CM, Punjab
Now have a look on this report: According to a Punjab Government survey, 66 per cent of the school-going students in the state consume gutkha or tobacco; every third male and every tenth female student has taken drugs on one pretext or the other and seven out of 10 college-going students abuse one or the other drug.
Amidst prevailing controversy over the raising of Operation Bluestar memorial within the Golden Temple premises in Amritsar, the Congress leader on Thursday visited the memorial of former Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh who was assassinated by terrorists in 1995.
And, here is a response from Harcharan Bains, advisor to Punjab chief minister on media and national affairs: “Rahul Gandhi is a national joke. He invites youth of Punjab and then refers to them as drug addicts. Is he mindful of what he is speaking and to whom?”