Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann on Wednesday sent off the anti-corruption helpline number 9501 200 200 and engaged individuals of Punjab to share protests relating to defilement by means of WhatsApp so the state could be made debasement free soon. He emphasized his obligation to uncovering debasement from Punjab in the wake of paying recognitions for saints Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev on their 91st affliction commemoration at the National Martyrs Memorial at Hussainiwala in Ferozepur area.
“The Aam Aadmi Party government won’t bear defilement at any level. We will make Punjab debasement free. Be it an administration worker or even my own party MLA, nobody will be saved. Anybody can document the grumbling against defilement on the committed WhatsApp number sent off today,” Mann said in a short connection with the media.
Afterward, he tweeted a video from Hussainiwala reporting the WhatsApp number. On March 17, he had shared: “In Punjab, in the event that somebody requests a pay off from you, don’t decline, make a video/sound recording and send it to the number,” Mann said. He made sense of that his office will research and no guilty party would be saved. “Defilement will never again work in Punjab,” he added.
Attired in his brand name yellow turban, Mann arrived at the commemoration 15 minutes early and garlanded the busts of the saints prior to paying flower recognitions at their samadhi. He likewise collaborated with Kiranjit Singh, the grandson of Bhagat Singh’s sibling Kultar Singh.
Following an extended visit, the main pastor made a beeline for give proper respect to Bhagat Singh at the saint’s local town of Khatkar Kalan in Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar region.
The National Martyrs Memorial at Hussainiwala is situated close to the India-Pakistan line in Ferozepur locale. The three political dissidents were hanged at the Lahore Central Jail on March 23, 1931, for killing partner director of police JP Saunders on December 7, 1928. Their half-consumed bodies were drenched in the Sutlej waterway close to Hussainiwala where the dedication has been constructed.