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Punjab on the way to good governance: Navjot Singh Sidhu

The cricketer turned to politicians saying this after reviewing the development of the projects and the implementation of the state's welfare benefits the government here at a meeting with top district officials. (File)

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Punjab minister Navjot Singh Sidhu said today the state was on the path of good governance after the 10-year “misrule” from the Akali-BJP regime.

The cricketer turned to politicians saying this after reviewing the development of the projects and the implementation of the state's welfare benefits the government here at a meeting with top district officials.

Sidhu said the government had spent six months planning and preparing funds for the state's development. “Now is the time to make sure the plans are implemented at the lower level,” he said.

The local agency and tourism minister said he would be in town for three days a week to develop the plans were properly implemented.

Sidhu said the Punjab government had sanctioned Rs 125 crore for the entire development of Amritsar city and the funds would be used in consultation with local MPs.

He also announced plans to install CCTV cameras in the city to keep a check on criminal activity.

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