Muktsar, Jan 14: Giving a kick-start to AAP's campaign for 2017 Punjab polls, its convener Arvind Kejriwal today launched a scathing attack on both Akalis and Congress, accusing them of being hand in glove with each other, and asked people to vote for AAP to end "corruption, drug abuse, farmer suicides" and put the state back on "right track".
Hitting out at the Badals, the Delhi Chief Minister said that once his party comes to power, it will launch a commission of inquiry against the family to investigate their "misrule" in last ten years and send them behind bars.
Addressing a rally at Maghi Mela here, Kejriwal said if the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) forms government in Punjab, it will probe the sacrilege incidents in the state and take action against police officers for opening fire at protesting Sikhs at Behbal Kalan in which two persons were killed.
"Both Congress and SAD are hand in glove with each other. They do not have anything to do with the problems of people of the state. They are just for power - Amarinder (Singh) first, and then (Chief Minister Parkash Singh) Badal next... this goes on," Kejriwal said.
The AAP's national convener pointed out that though both the leaders lodged cases against each other when they were in power, it did not affect the two much.
"What happened to them? The cases are going on in courts," he said adding, there was a secret understanding between both parties not to allow anyone to rise against them.
Citing an example to prove "deep bond" between Amarinder and Badal, he said, "Badal family members attended Amarinder's grandson's marriage. Amarinder and Badals are same."
"They do not care about people at all... You will have to decide which party you want in power. One side (Congress and Akalis) is corruption while other side (AAP) is truth. There is a drug trade on one side and on other side, you will find efforts to build new Punjab," he added.
Asserting that he was not scared of the Badals, Kejriwal said a commission would be set up to probe all the "wrongdoings" of the Badal government during the last 10 years and that they will be sent behind bars for them.
Taking a swipe at Badal, he said, "How can I be scared of Badal when I was not scared of Badal's 'Taau' - Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who sent CBI to raid me? It is Mulayam, Mayawati or Badal who can get scared of CBI. I am not."
He further lambasted Badal for "saving" Punjab minister Bikram Singh Majithia whose name allegedly cropped up in a drug racket.
"Had I been a CM of Punjab, I would have sent Majithia to jail at once," he said.
Kejriwal also took on Amarinder for not supporting a CBI probe the in drug racket case.
"Why Amarinder supported Majithia? What is the relation between Amarinder and Majithia?" he asked.
"Next year when AAP forms government in Punjab, we will set up a commission to probe the drug racket and send Majithia to jail. Only AAP can send Majithia jail, Amarinder cannot put him behind bars," he said.