In an apparent swipe at SAD's slogan of 'Raj Nahi, Sewa (service, not rule)', Sidhu said, "For them (Akalis) it is only 10 percent sewa (service) and 90 percent mewa (commercial gain)."
The cricketer-turned-politician said this while addressing the inaugural function of Jagnath Rath Yatra here on Sunday evening.
Without naming any party or leader, the three-time MP said that the time has come to root out corrupt leaders. "This could be possible only if the people of the state stand united against corruption," he said.
He called upon the people to fight for truth and stand against corruption and injustice.
Sidhu had also attacked the Akalis, who are an ally of the BJP in Punjab, while campaigning for BJP candidates in Haryana during recent assembly polls.

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