Aam Aadmi Party leader, Kumar Vishwas, on Sunday launched his much awaited Punjabi track, Ek Nasha, in the national capital.
Vishwas launched the music at a special function held at Delhi’s Srifort Auditorium.
The launch was coincided by a considerable buzz on social media with his supporters trending #KVNasha on microblogging site twitter.
The AAP leader, also a popular Indian poet, has himself penned the lyrics of the video.
The underline theme of the video is to create awareness about the destructive impact of drugs on its users.
Vishwas has, however, cleverly taken a dig at Chief Minister Prakash Singh Badal and his deputy chief minister son, Sukhbir Singh Badal through this video.
The very first line, Saddi Watt Kha Gaye, Fasal Kha Gaye, Khet Kha Gaye Baadal, of the track appears to have been written to target Badals.
Vishwas has also addressed the junior Badal as Dukhbir through a line, Sukhbir Bana Dukhbir Jado, Parkash Andhera Karan Laga, in the song
Midway through the track, the poet, who has also sung his composition, has shown the rampant collusion of Punjab police in promoting the drug racket in the state.
Vishwas said, “The track is aimed at bringing our youths out of the drugs menace. I need everyone’s support to make it an ‘anti-drug anthem’ for the betterment of youth. Please do listen and do share. All leads will go to charities working towards the rehabilitation of drug victims.”
Drug abuse has become one of the most pressing issues facing hundreds of thousands of families across Punjab. The state goes to election next year and the Aam Aadmi Party is all set to make the drugs menace as one of its main election issues.
It has blamed the ruling BJP-Akali alliance of collusion in promoting the menace, which has destroyed hundreds of families in the state.