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Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Congress will not tolerate Navjot Singh Sidhu's tantrums, high command stops talks; considering options

Navjot Singh Sidhu may cost dearly this time to resign from the state Congress president amid the political turmoil in Punjab. If sources are to be believed, then the party high command is very angry with Sidhu's attitude and till now no talks have taken place between the two sides. It is believed that the party will not persuade Sidhu. Not only this, the party has also started churning for the new state president in Punjab. Ravneet Singh Bittu's name is leading in this race.
According to Congress sources, the Congress high command is angry with Sidhu's resignation and a tough stand can be taken against him. Not only this, the party leadership has not even spoken to Sidhu yet. However, Sidhu's resignation has also not been accepted. It was being said that Punjab in-charge Harish Rawat will go to Chandigarh on Wednesday, but for the time being his time has also been postponed, after which it is clear that this time the Congress will not tolerate the grudge done by Navjot Singh Sidhu.

According to party sources, by not accepting Sidhu's resignation, the Congress top leadership wants to give him time, but if he does not agree, then strict steps can also be taken. CM Charanjit Singh Channi has called a cabinet meeting today. According to the news, action can also be taken against the ministers who will not come in today's cabinet.

Let us tell you that despite the opposition of Captain Amarinder Singh, Sidhu was made the President of Punjab Congress on 23 July this year. After the resignation of Sidhu, there was a flurry of resignations of many big leaders including ministers of Channi government in his support. Along with a minister considered close to Sidhu, three other Congress leaders resigned on Tuesday.