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‘War bad for both Punjabs, Pak must act against terror’: Parkash Singh Badal

Chief Minister said that Indian government was fully competent to take an appropriate call on the issue of Indus Water Treaty with Pakistan.

By: Express News Service | Ludhiana |
September 27, 2016 4:29:56 am
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Terming that India-Pakistan war will not bode well for the Punjab areas in both countries, Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Monday asked the Pakistani government to take up measures to defuse the situation.

Interacting with the media on the sidelines of a Sangat Darshan programme in Lambi assembly segment, the Chief Minister said that Indian government was fully competent to take an appropriate call on the issue of Indus Water Treaty with Pakistan.

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On another query, the Chief Minister said that the fronts mushrooming up in the state would have no effect on the state polity. He said that the SAD-BJP alliance was not at all worried about these fronts.

Earlier, the CM addressed the public gatherings during Sangat Darshan programmes at Bhullarwala, Bitiwala, Kakhaanwali, Middukhera and other villages.

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