Bhatinda, Jan 17 (ANI): People's Party of Punjab (PPP) leader Manpreet Singh Badal hopes that the assembly polls in Punjab would result in a change of regime.
The PPP leader, who was in Bathinda to address an election rally, told reporters that he has nothing personal against state Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal, but hoped to change the state government, as they are not satisfied with the results.
"Neither we have any emotional hatred with any political party nor with any special person. We just don't like the results that we have got after 64 years. Badal is for status quo. He is happy with the way the regime is functioning, and we want to change the regime. This is the only difference," he said.
Punjab is one of five states due to hold elections this year. As per the schedule planned by Election Commission, the state assembly poll in Punjab would be held on January 30.
In Punjab, the main battle is expected to be between the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD)- Bharatiya Janata Party alliance and the Congress party. Sukhbir Singh Badal, the Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab and son of chief minister Parkash Singh Badal, heads the SAD. (ANI)
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