24th September 2021

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Sidhu reached to meet CM Amarinder for the first time after becoming Punjab Congress president

New Delhi: The political turmoil within the nation has elevated quite a bit in the previous couple of years, in the meantime a gathering is occurring between Punjab Congress President Navjot Singh Sidhu and the state CM Captain Amarinder Singh. Together with Navjot Singh Sidhu, 4 working presidents of Congress are current within the assembly. That is the primary official assembly between Navjot Sidhu and Amarinder Singh after taking on because the state president. The assembly is underway on the Punjab Secretariat in Chandigarh. The assembly began round 3.30 pm.

He regarded utterly totally different from Navjot Singh Sidhu’s gesture throughout his coronation program. When Captain Amarinder Singh was talking from the stage and narrating the achievements of the federal government, Navjot Singh Sidhu was seen shaking fingers and resulting from this he ignored Captain Amarinder Singh and began speaking to Sunil Jakhar sitting subsequent to him.

After which Captain Amarinder Singh stopped Navjot Singh Sidhu whereas giving a speech from the stage and requested him to concentrate to his phrases, after which Navjot Singh Sidhu bowed his head and apologized. In consequence, when Navjot Singh Sidhu reached the stage, he greeted many Congress leaders however ignored Captain Amarinder Singh. Not solely this, when Navjot Singh Sidhu stood as much as ship the speech, he ignored Captain Amarinder Singh and touched the toes of former CM Rajendra Kaur Bhattal and former Punjab Congress President Lal Singh, however didn’t even have a look at Captain Amarinder Singh. The acquainted determine stood in entrance of Captain Amarinder Singh and gestured to play the cricket shot.


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