Former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh’s media advisor Raveen Thukral tweeted on the private jet’s air travel on behalf of Charanjit Singh Channi, asking if he is the Chief Minister of Aam Aadmi’s government.
Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, during his visit to Amritsar, has removed Dinesh Bassi, chairman of the Improvement Trust, who is said to be a special person of Captain, from his post. After this, he himself handed over the appointment letter of the chairman of the trust to the councilor of Ward No. 26, Damandeep Singh. Damandeep Singh, after taking the appointment letter from Chief Minister Channi, first touched the feet of Navjot Singh Sidhu and touched the feet of the Chief Minister.
Bassi said, get any level of investigation done
He expressed his reaction to the removal of Dinesh Bassi, chairman of the Improvement Trust, and an inquiry into the work done during his tenure. He said that he is clean and if there is talk of getting an inquiry done, then get it done at any level. On the question of Navjot Singh Sidhu being ignored during the development of the city, Bassi said that development works worth Rs 2 to 3 crore should be done in each ward of Sidhu Sahib’s circle.
Change the tone of the chairperson of the women’s commission
After Charanjit Singh Channi became the Chief Minister, the chairperson of Punjab Women’s Commission Manisha Gulati also changed her tone. While Captain Amarinder Singh’s CM, Gulati, the chairperson of the Women’s Commission, had shown a sharp attitude against Channi in the MeToo case in 2018 and threatened fast if action was not taken against Channi, then demanded the resignation of Channi from Sonia Gandhi. He was even asked to remove Channi from the post. When the journalists asked him this question about it, he shrugged it off, calling it a frivolous question.
Tweet on CM’s air travel
Former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh’s media advisor Raveen Thukral tweeted on the private jet’s air travel on behalf of Charanjit Singh Channi, asking if he is the Chief Minister of Aam Aadmi’s government. Thukral said that when the 5 seater government chopper was ready for flight, then what was the need to get a 16 seater private jet for 4 people.