News Desk, Amar Ujala, Chandigarh
Published by: Nivedita Verma
Updated Tue, 01 Jun 2021 01:58 PM IS
Earlier on Monday, 25 ministers and MLAs of the state kept their point openly. Angry leaders complained and the Captain camp insisted on the issue of elections.
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For the second consecutive day, the leaders of the Punjab Congress met the committee constituted by the High Command in Delhi to calm the ongoing turmoil in the Punjab Congress. Among them, Navjot Singh Sidhu, who was most vocal against the Chief Minister of Punjab, was also included. After the meeting, Sidhu said that he has come to raise the voice of the people at the grassroots level. His stand on democratic power is clear. The power of the people should remain with the people. He has always told the truth.
I came here to present people’s voices from grass root level to High Command. My stand on democratic power remains the same. The power of the people must return to the people. I have clearly stated the truth: Navjot Singh Sidhu, Punjab MLA after meeting Congress leaders in Delhi pic.twitter.com/38HlKbPR31
– ANI (@ANI) June 1, 2021
Earlier on Monday, 25 ministers and MLAs of the state kept their point openly. Angry leaders complained and the Captain camp insisted on the issue of elections. The number of supporters of Captain Amarinder Singh was high among the leaders who arrived for talks with Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge, senior leader Jayaprakash Agarwal and general secretary in-charge of the state Harish Rawat. Some ministers and MLAs also came from the angry camp.
Angry camp leaders raised questions before the committee on the manner in which Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh was working. He also said that if the issue of sacrilege is not resolved, it will be difficult to go to the public seeking votes in the next elections. At the same time, the pro-Captain ministers and MLAs presented a blueprint for the preparations for the 2022 elections. Ignoring any resentment within the state unit, these leaders informed about the successful functioning of the Captain and the preparations being made for the next assembly elections.