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Aap Ki Adalat

Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann’s Candid Revelations on ‘Aap Ki Adalat’

In a captivating episode of ‘Aap Ki Adalat’, Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann opened up about an array of topics that left viewers intrigued. From shedding light on his second marriage and battles with alcoholism to addressing the shocking murder of singer Siddhu Moosewala, Mann’s interview covered a wide range of issues. Known for his background as a seasoned comedian, Mann’s popularity soared after he ventured into active politics, capturing the attention of the masses in Punjab.

During the show, Mann showcased his musical prowess by treating the audience to his soulful renditions of Punjabi songs. To further elevate the entertainment quotient, the renowned singer Jasbir Jassi, who served as the judge on the show, was compelled to perform a popular number. Don’t miss the opportunity to watch the highly anticipated ‘Aap Ki Adalat’ episode featuring Bhagwant Mann tonight at 10, exclusively on India TV.

In other political news, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s efforts to foster opposition unity ahead of a conclave in Patna on June 23 have encountered obstacles. Jitanram Manjhi, leader of the Hindustani Awam Party and an ally of Nitish, has withdrawn from the Mahagathbandhan, while Manjhi’s son has resigned from the Bihar cabinet. Additionally, in Uttar Pradesh, Om Prakash Rajbhar’s potential alliance with the NDA seems imminent after a secretive meeting with UP CM Yogi Adityanath.

As the head of the Suheldev Bharatiya Samaj Party, Rajbhar has thrown down the gauntlet, challenging Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav to unite BSP chief Mayawati and RLD chief Jayant Chaudhary on a single platform before discussing opposition unity in Uttar Pradesh.

Furthermore, the Congress party has explicitly stated its decision not to form an alliance with the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in Delhi and Punjab, leaving AAP free to field candidates against Congress nationwide. In response, AAP has accused Congress of lacking leadership, progressive policies, and future-oriented ideas, accusing the party of merely copying AAP’s promises of freebies in their own manifesto.

During his appearance on ‘Aap Ki Adalat’, Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann boldly predicted the impending demise of Congress, suggesting it will soon become a part of fables and legends. He questioned how a party with zero MLAs and zero MPs in Delhi could even fathom competing with AAP.

Meanwhile, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee has set a condition for Congress, stating that if it wants to be part of an alliance with TMC, it must refrain from forming an alliance with the Left. Mamata has unequivocally rejected any partnership with the Left. With regional parties such as TMC imposing conditions and smaller caste-based parties in Bihar and UP abandoning opposition unity efforts, Nitish Kumar’s goal of achieving cohesion among opposition parties may prove to be a challenging endeavor.

Violence and bomb attacks continue to plague West Bengal ahead of the panchayat elections. Instances of attacks on political workers have been reported, including the assault on a BJP worker’s home in South 24-Parganas and the murder of a local TMC leader in Murshidabad. Authorities have also seized locally made bombs in Birbhum, Bhangar, and South 24-Parganas. WB BJP chief Sukanta Majumdar, who visited the injured party worker, drew parallels between the conditions in Bengal and Afghanistan.

West Bengal Governor C V Ananda Bose visited South 24-Parganas and engaged with ordinary citizens, instructing officials to take stern action.

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