Udta Punjab: Arvind Kejriwal slams Badals for drug menace in state

New Delhi, June 18: A day after Bollywood movie Udta Punjab was released, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal took to Twitter to talk about the drug menace in Punjab.

Kejriwal wrote: "Watched Udta Punjab. Movie shows politicians running drug rackets, drugs distributed freely during elections. Punjab situation quite bad."

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Udta Punjab: Kejriwal slams Punjab govt

Ever since Udta Punjab ran into a controversy for depiction of rampant drug abuse in the state, Kejriwal and other political leaders have taken advantage of the situation to hit out at the current state government.

Kejriwal took this opportunity to hit out at Punjab government and said: "Just watched Udta Punjab. V powerful. Badals must watch it to see what they have done to Punjab."

AAP is looking to repeat its Delhi victory in Punjab in the Assembly polls scheduled early next year.

Meanwhile, the film after facing a lot of roadblocks finally released with one cut after the Bombay High Court order clearing the decks for the release of the movie after deleting a urination scene and displaying a revised disclaimer.

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