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‘ENOUGH IS ENOUGH’

New Delhi: State Congress in-charge Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa on Tuesday warned the state leaders for their acerbic over the paper leak incident. “Enough is enough, I can’t take it anymore. Whoever has any problem should bring it up with high command. But if you talk in front of the media, then it will not be tolerated,” Randhawa said.

“The issue of paper leak is before my arrival, it is a very sensitive matter. I had discussed this matter with the CM who had informed me that 41 accused have been caught and investigation is on. Whether it is a big man or a small one, action will be taken. It is a question of jobs and livelihood of the youth. It should be taken very seriously, there should be no politics in it,” he said.

Randhawa said it is the right of every MLA to speak in the Assembly. Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa said that Harish Chaudhary is the respected leader and member of the high command. “It does not behove Harish Choudhary to make such statements. What Venugopal ji had said should be respected,” he said. Chaudhary on Tuesday cornered the state government in the House over the paper leak issue.

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