Minutes After Navjot Sidhu, Amarinder Singh Meet, Rahul Gandhi Says Punjab Dispute Resolved
Pranshi Ladha, INN/ Madhya Pradesh
Navjot Singh Sidhu assumed responsibility as the leader of the Punjab Congress within the sight of boss priest Amarinder Singh on Friday, stopping the initiative emergency. Hours before the occasion, senior pioneer Rahul Gandhi said that “the Punjab debate has been settled”, while the two chiefs met over tea in Chandigarh.
In the wake of assuming responsibility at the state Congress base camp, the cricketer-turned-lawmaker said there is no contrast between a standard laborer of the gathering and its state unit boss. “There is no contrast between a customary gathering laborer and the state unit boss. Each Congress specialist in Punjab hosts become the head of the get-together’s state unit from today,” Amritsar (East) MLA Sidhu said.
During the occasion, CM Amarinder put a full-stop to the infighting in Punjab Congress. “We host to fortify the Congress get-together in Punjab. I’m telling everybody from this stage that we need to help Sidhu and turn out together for Punjab,” he added.
Clarifying his relationship with the Amritsar (East) MLA, the main priest, who has served the Indian Army, said that when Sidhu was conceived, he was battling at the boundary.
Sidhu and Amarinder Singh have been in constant disagreement for the past some time, with Sidhu as of late assaulting the CM over the tainting cases.
The main clergyman likewise went against his arrangement as the state Congress boss and had said he will not meet Sidhu until the cricketer-turned-legislator apologizes for his “critical” tweets against him.
Sidhu will officially accept the charge of the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee, alongside four working presidents, at Punjab Congress Bhawan on Friday.