Tug Between Amarinder and Sidhu Opens Out in the Last Phase of Election
In the midst of stressed connection between the two heads, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Sunday hit out at his cabinet partner Navjot Singh Sidhu, condemning him for harming the Congress with his badly planned remarks against the party authority in the State.
"On the off chance that he (Sidhu) it was a genuine Congressmen, he ought to have picked a superior time to air his complaints rather than only in front of casting a ballot in Punjab," said Capt. Amarinder.
On the ongoing, dubious and insubordinate comments of Navjot Singh Sidhu, who had a couple of days back charged the Capt. Amarinder Singh of being in charge of the disavowal of Lok Sabha ticket to his better half, Navjot Kaur, from the Chandigarh situate, Capt. Amarinder, said "Sidhu was hurting the party with such reckless activities. It was not his election but rather that of the whole Congress."
"It was for the central leadership to choose any activity against Sidhu, however the Congress, as a party, does not endure indiscipline," said the Chief Minister.
"Maybe he (Sidhu) is eager and needs to be chief minister," Capt. Amarinder commented in light of an inquiry.