The white paper will reveal all the documents signed by the previous SAD-BJP government in the state, as well as the power plants set up by them, which had caused undue financial burden on the state, the Chief Minister told the media after the Governor's address on the first day of the two-day special Assembly session.
After messing with the state's economy through various destructive measures, including the PPAs, the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) was trying to use the issue against his government to promote their vested political interests, he said.
The Chief Minister pointed out that his government had won the case on the issue in a lower court, but the Supreme Court decisions went against them. The state government was fighting the case now in the apex court, he added.
He himself had sat on dharna against an India Bulls plant when in the Opposition, said Amarinder Singh.
The then Akali government had got the Gidderbaha NTPC power project cancelled to sign an memorandum of understanding with India Bulls for setting up the plant, going against the prevailing practice of inviting global tenders for power projects and also forcibly evicting farmers from their land in Gobindpura for the controversial project.
The Chief Minister asserted that his government was committed to protecting the interests of Punjab and its people, and will ensure that nothing detrimental to them is done.
Asked if the government would bring in a resolution against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), on the lines of Kerala, the Chief Minister's response was: "wait till tomorrow".
The government earlier announced its decision to go by the will of the House on the way forward on the issue of the CAA, as well as the National Register of Citizens (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR).
The Amarinder government has already rejected these as unconstitutional and divisive.
Terming the Opposition walkout during the Governor's address as unfortunate, the Chief Minister lamented that such behaviour in the House had become a way of life.
The walkout was expected, he said, but took on the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the SAD over their decision to disturb the Governor's address while he was speaking on the vital religious subject of the 550th Prakash Purb celebrations of Guru Nanak Dev.
( With inputs from IANS )