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Strong leaders don’t beg for seats: Amarinder

Congress Lok Sabha (the lower house of Indian Parliament) candidate from here Amarinder Singh Monday took a dig at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) nominee Arun Jaitley for his ‘majboor’(helpless)-and-’mazboot’(strong)- leader remarks, saying strong leaders ‘do not go begging for constituencies to secure their secret prime ministerial ambitions’.

Amarinder claimed in a statement that it was already established as to who was helpless and who was a strong leader from Amritsar Lok Sabha seat. He was reacting to a reported comment of Jaitley claiming himself to be a ‘strong’ leader while describing Amarinder as a ‘helpless’ leader.

‘Mazboot netas do not go begging for constituencies to secure their secret ambitions’, Amarinder said in a statement referring to what he described as ‘secret Prime Ministerial ambitions’ of Jaitley. Referring to Jaitley?s statement here Sunday, Amarinder asked him (Jaitley) if he was really so strong, then why it took him 40 years to find a constituency to contest the elections.
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