The party fielded candidates to bring about socio-political change in Punjab: Sanyukt leader Samaj Morcha
Punjab assembly polls: Sanyukt Samaj Morcha (SSM) top leader Dr. Swaiman Singh said on Thursday that the party had fielded candidates to bring about socio-political change in the state
Senior Sanyukt Samaj Morcha (SSM) leader Dr. Swaiman Singh said on Thursday that the party had fielded candidates to bring about socio-political change in Punjab.
He traveled to several South Malwa constituencies in Faridkot, Muktsar and Fazilka for the Morcha candidates’ campaign.
At a press conference in Muktsar, he hailed party candidate Anuroop Kaur Sandhu, who is an assistant professor at Delhi University-affiliated Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College.
Sandhu had prepared a database of farmers who died during a year-long protest against the controversial Central Farm Bills.
He called for unity to urge governments to respond to farmers’ demands to ensure MSP for crops and make farming an income generating activity.
Singh said committed candidates like Sandhu should be supported for constructive policy change in Punjab. He urged people to interview candidates from all political parties including the SSM to find out their constructive vision for Punjabis.
He said that strengthening the public sector in education and health was among the main programs of the SSM. Singh said that if elected to office, SSM would introduce IELTS training institutes to meet the aspirations of those who wish to migrate to other countries.
“But we will work to facilitate job opportunities in Punjab. The SSM aims to eradicate drug addiction among young people by providing them with an appropriate social environment,” he added.