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Will Amarinder join BJP? Former Punjab CM who reached Delhi himself made it clear; real reason for coming

Amarinder Singh News: Ahead of the assembly elections to be held next year in Punjab, there is a period of upheaval in the ruling Congress party.

Amarinder Singh News: Ahead of next year’s assembly elections in Punjab, the ruling Congress party is in a turmoil. After the resignation of Amarinder Singh from the post of Chief Minister, Charanjit Singh Channi was made the CM. On the other hand, Sidhu also resigned from the post of state president of Congress on Tuesday. Amidst all this, there is speculation that former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh may join the Bharatiya Janata Party. According to the report, there were reports of Captain meeting Amit Shah and JP Nadda in Delhi.Also Read – Punjab: After Navjot Singh Sidhu, another Congress leader resigns, turmoil in the party again

However, in the midst of all this, the former Chief Minister of Punjab, who reached Delhi, has made it clear that he has not come here to meet any politician. Talking to news agency ANI, the former Punjab CM said, ‘I have come here in New Delhi to vacate the Kapurthala House, the residence of the Chief Minister of Punjab. I have not come here to meet any politician. Also Read – AAP took a jibe at Navjot Singh Sidhu’s resignation, know what Saurabh Bhardwaj said…

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When asked on Navjot Singh Sidhu’s resignation, Amarinder said, “I had said that he (Navjot Singh Sidhu) is an unstable man, he will not be around for long and the same thing happened. Earlier, he tweeted and wrote,

He had tweeted, ‘I told you… he is not a stable person and is not suitable for the border state of Punjab.

On the other hand, in a special conversation with Zee News, when Captain Amarinder was asked whether he would stay in Congress or not? He did not give any clear answer to this. Although he definitely said, ‘Whether I will remain associated with the Congress or not can not answer it at the moment.’


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