The party high command is now angry with Sidhu and talks have not taken place between the two sides. It is believed that the party will not convince Sidhu.
Political turmoil continues in Punjab. Meanwhile, Navjot Singh Sidhu resigned from the post of Punjab Congress President yesterday. But it is believed that resigning may now cost Sidhu dearly. In fact, according to the news, the party high command is now angry with Sidhu and talks have not taken place between the two sides. It is believed that the party will not convince Sidhu. Simultaneously, discussions have started in Punjab regarding the new state president. Let us inform that the name of Ravneet Singh Bittu is leading in this race.Also Read – Punjab Congress Crisis: Party High Command did not accept Sidhu’s resignation! This advice was given to the state leadership
According to Congress sources, the party high command is angry with Sidhu’s attitude and is now taking a tough stand. Also, the party leadership has not spoken to Sidhu yet. However, Sidhu’s resignation has not been accepted so far. At the same time, it is being said that Punjab in-charge Harish Rawat will go to Chandigarh on Wednesday but for the time being his visit has been postponed. With this, it is now clear that the party is no longer in a mood to tolerate Sidhu. Also Read – Punjab Congress Crisis: Resignation phase started in support of Navjot Sidhu, Razia Sultana left ministerial post showing solidarity
According to party sources, the party high command is giving time to Sidhu by not accepting his resignation. But if he does not agree then strict action can be taken against Sidhu. Also, strict action will be taken against the ministers who will not attend today’s cabinet meeting. Let us inform that Sidhu was made the President of Punjab Congress on 23 July. But after the resignation of Sidhu, there has been a flurry of resignations of many big leaders including many ministers of Channi government, while now the Captain faction has become active. Also Read – Why did Kanhaiya Kumar hold the ‘hand’ of Congress? The reason given for joining the party…