With the Assembly elections scheduled in 2022, Congress leaders are actively engaged to end factionalism in the Punjab unit and present a united face to the public in next year's polls.
Majithia said the Akali-BSP combine is committed to ensuring the welfare of the farmers as well as Dalits and employees who were being discriminated against by the Congress regime.
Akali Dal chief Sukhbir Singh Badal further said that he is in the process of preparing the manifesto for the state elections and 'it is most likely to be completed by the end of October'.
The Punjab Health Minister claimed that the AAP government in Delhi gave purchase orders to four companies at different rates and asked how could they purchase the same oximeter at different prices.
Out of 117 seats Assembly seats in Punjab, the Bahujan Samaj Party to contest in 20 seats, and Shiromani Akali Dal to contest the remaining 97 seats.
The Lok Sabha MPs who reposed faith in the leadership of the Chief minister were Preneet Kaur, Jasbir Singh Gill, Santokh Singh Choudhary, Dr Amar Singh and Mohammad Sadiq.
Badal said the Chief Minister was apprised of overcharging by private hospitals from Covid patients and "black marketing" of medicines and injections, but he had done nothing to prevent this.
The Congress leader said only 4.29 lakh doses of Covishield were received by Punjab, so far, against an order of 30 lakh doses with the SII by the Punjab government as soon as the Centre announced its new vaccine policy.
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Partap Singh Bajwa said the alleged sale of 40,000 doses to private hospitals at Rs 1,060 per dose was "uncalled for", at a time when the state was facing a shortage of vaccines.
The Congress panel appointed by Sonia Gandhi has completed deliberations with several leaders and will be submitting the report to Congress president soon.
As per the allegations, the vaccines, which are procured at Rs. 400 per doze by the state were being sold to private hospitals for Rs. 1,060.
Badal accused the Punjab government of profiteering from selling vaccines at bigger margins to private hospitals.
Navjot Singh Sidhu has been criticising his party's government in the state for not taking any action against those who were involved in the desecration of the Guru Granth Sahib in 2015.
Akali Dal, BJP and Aam Aadmi Party said the government should have provided proper health facilities to the people amid the pandemic but ministers and MLAs have "abandoned" the state's people.
Former Punjab cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu has repeatedly attacked Amarinder Singh over the alleged delay in justice in the 2015 sacrilege issue and subsequent police firing incidents.
Sukhbir Badal had recently questioned that if the SGPC was able to procure Covaxin doses within one week of placing the order then why the Amarinder Singh-led dispensation could not do so.
The flying Sikh was admitted to the ICU on Monday after testing positive on May 19 and was diagnosed with COVID-19 pneumonia on the day he was admitted. He is suspected to have got the infection from a house help.
Chandigarh recorded 224 fresh COVID-19 cases that took the Union Territory's infection tally to 59,216 while eight more deaths pushed the total number of fatalities to 722.