GURDASPUR (PUNJAB): Dismissing a probability of any hazard to Sunil Jakhar, a Congress claimant for a Gurdaspur Lok Sabha seat, opposite BJP’s Sunny Deol, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Friday pronounced that a latter was only a “filmi fauji” with no belligerent support in a constituency.
Talking to a media here after concomitant Jakhar for filing his assignment papers, Amarinder said: “He (Sunny Deol) is a misty fauji, while we am a genuine fauji.”
Amrinder served as a Captain in a Indian Army in a 1960s.
“We will better him, he is no hazard to Sunil (Jakhar) or a Congress,” he declared.
Describing Sunny Deol as an “ageing actor whose behaving career was over”, Amarinder pronounced “he will come and go”.
“Sunny competence have played 23 Punjab’s (Regiment’s) Brigadier Kuldip Singh Chandpuri in (movie) “Border”, though that does not make him a genuine soldier, pronounced a Chief Minister.
The Bharatiya Janata Party this week announced that Sunny would be a claimant for a Gurdaspur chair in north Punjab. Earlier, a BJP MP from Gurdaspur was another actor, Vinod Khanna.
The chair is currently reason by Jakhar, who is a Punjab Congress president.
When it was forked out that Sunny Deol’s latest film “Blank” was set for release, Amarinder said: “He will pull a vacant (in a elections).”
He voiced certainty that a Congress will win all a 13 seats in a state, including Gurdaspur.
Amarinder pronounced he had left by Punjab and a mood opposite a state was upbeat and totally in foster of a Congress. “There was positively no foe to a party.”
Asked to explain on a Congress high command’s preference to pin shortcoming on ministers and MLAs for a electoral opening of a celebration possibilities in these elections, a Chief Minister pronounced it had been motionless to reason ministers and MLAs obliged for feat or better of Congress possibilities in their particular constituencies.
“If a apportion is incompetent to safeguard victory, he will be dropped, and MLAs who destroy to broach will not get a sheet subsequent time,” he said, explaining a new “performance-led culture” in a party.