Unveiling a new front in poll-bound Punjab, cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu today launched a no-holds-barred attack on Akali-BJP combine and Congress, and dubbed AAP as "anarchy in the garb of democracy" led by Arvind Kejriwal who wants only "yes-men".
Addressing a press conference on the formal launch of "Awaaz-E-Punjab"-- a non-political front for "betterment" of Punjab, the former BJP leader, who quit his Rajya Sabha seat in July, said its aim is to hand over the power of democracy to people after ending "the rule of one family" in the state.
Sidhu said that in the next 15-20 days he will come out with the front's future plan.
Launching a frontal attack on the Badals, who have been in power for a decade, he said the kaale Badal (dark clouds) have overshadowed Punjab and people are keen to see sunlight".
"People elect government for themselves and not for a family," he said, alleging that Badals have made Punjab and the party as their family fiefdom.