Navjot Singh Sidhu to take cost as Punjab Congress chief on July 23, invitations CM Amarinder Singh

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New Delhi: Newly appointed Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu is all set to take cost on Friday (July 23), ANI cited sources as saying. As per experiences, Sidhu has prolonged the invitation to Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh for the occasion.

The invite which has been signed by round 65 MLAs has been despatched to the Punjab CM, with whom Sidhu has been embroiled in a bitter rivalry for a while now. AICC in-charge of Punjab, Harish Rawat has additionally been invited for this system, the information company reported. 

Sidhu, who was named as Punjab Congress chief on July 18, will substitute incumbent state Congress chief Sunil Jakhar. The celebration excessive command has additionally appointed 4 legislators Sangat Singh Gilzian, Sukhwinder Singh Danny, Kuljit Singh Nagra and Pawan Goel as working presidents of the celebration. 

Earlier, Amarinder Singh’s media advisor Raveen Thukral had refuted experiences of the cricketer-turned-politician assembly the Punjab CM. He added that Singh is not going to meet Sidhu until the latter publicly apologises for his derogatory remarks on social media in opposition to the CM. 

“Stories of Navjot Singh Sidhu searching for time to satisfy Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh are completely false. No time has been sought. No change within the stance. The Chief Minister is not going to meet Sidhu until he publicly apologises for his personally derogatory social media assaults in opposition to him,” Thukral stated in a tweet.

Sidhu’s supporters have questioned the demand for an apology. “Why should Sidhu apologise (to CM)? It isn’t a public difficulty. CM has not solved many points. In that case, he must also apologise to the general public,” Congress MLA Pargat Singh stated. 

The tiff between Sidhu and Singh appears removed from over, which has precipitated issues for Congress as Punjab goes to polls subsequent 12 months. 

In the meantime, in what was seen as a present of power, Navjot Singh Sidhu, accompanied by 62 legislators, together with many state Cupboard ministers, on Wednesday paid obeisance on the Amritsar’s Golden Temple.

(With company inputs)

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