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'You aren't maharaja of Patiala': Cong MP reminds Punjab CM after sending letter to DGP over security issue

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'You aren't maharaja of Patiala': Cong MP reminds Punjab CM after sending letter to DGP over security issue

'You aren't maharaja of Patiala': Cong MP reminds Punjab CM after sending letter to DGP over security issue

Congress leader and Rajya Sabha member Pratap Singh Bajwa bashed Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on his letter to Chandigarh DGP saying, 'CM and Punjab DGP are responsible for any harm caused to my safety.'

Pratap Bajwa said, "I want to ask Captain Amarinder Singh if he believes in democracy.

You are democratically elected CM and not maharaja of Patiala."


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