# AAP will revive the legal system, settlement of cases to in 6 months- Kejriwal

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Police will be made free from clutches of Politicians
Ludhiana, January 18, 2017
Aam Aadmi Party National Convener and Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal while addressing the lawyers at Ludhiana assured that the legal system will be reviewed and it will be made sure that the ongoing cases to be settled in 6 monthstime.
Addressing the lawyers, Kejriwal said that law and order system in Punjab has collapsed and the politicians have politicized the whole police system in the state. The people are suffering because the control over police of halka incharges illegally appointed by Akali dal.
“Political-Drug paddler’s nexus has ruined the lives of lakhs of youth in Punjab, it is high time to break the nexus and provide jobs to the unemployed youth for their better future.” Kejriwal said. He said that the priority of AAP government will be to revise the education and health system in Punjab. “Political will is needed to tackle the problems Punjab is facing right now.” He added.
Talking about the work initiated by Delhi government, Kejriwal said that corruption level has gone zero after formation of AAP government in Delhi. 250 new schools have been constructed and all modern facilities like swimming pool and lifts have added to the schools. To correct the health facilities, Mohalla clinics were constructed in the localities. Kejriwal promised to make Punjab a model state in coming days.
AAP leader H.S. Phoolka, Vice President Bar association, Rajan Gupta, Advocate M.P. Singh, Prabhjitkaran Singh and Chetan Verma also addressed the gathering. AAP candidate Harjot Bains, Ahbaab Grewal, Daljit Singh Grewal, Vipin Sood kaka, Darshan Singh Shankar and Jarnail Singh were present on the occasion.

Kejriwal meets Namdhari Head Thakur Uday Singh
AAP national convener and Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal visited Bahaini Sahib and met Namdhari Darbar head, Thakur Uday Singh. AAP leader discussed law and order situation in the state and seek his help to tackle drug problem in the state. He also expressed disappointment over failure of Punjab Police to catch the murderers of Mata Chand Kaur.

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