Navjot Sidhu Drops Hint But No Announcement
Navjot Sidhu Drops Hint But No Announcement. Punjab Congress pioneer Navjot Singh Sidhu today held a progression of gatherings in the midst of discuss his takeover as state Congress boss and tweeted that he was “looking for direction”, dropping a major clue even as his gathering deferred a declaration.
Sources say endeavors are on to welcome Chief Minister Amarinder Singh energetic about the arrangement to hoist Mr Sidhu trying to end the harsh fight between the two in front of the Punjab surveys one year from now.
“Looking for direction of Presidents of the celebrated Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee…Conversations with shrewd men, worth long stretches of Education!!” the cricketer-turned-government official tweeted, sharing photographs with different pioneers, including Punjab Congress boss Sunil Jakhar, the man he is tipped to supplant.
Late today morning, Harish Rawat, the Congress’ Punjab in-control, flew on a state government chopper to meet the Chief Minister. Any choice taken by Congress President Sonia Gandhi will be adequate to all, Mr Singh said subsequent to meeting Mr Rawat.
“All was well before in Congress, it is fine now as it will be later on, as well. Everything is great. Congress pioneers and laborers continue to meet each other routinely,” said Punjab Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, as indicated.
Mr Rawat met Mr Singh a day after the last mentioned, as per sources, kept in touch with Congress President Sonia Gandhi protesting Mr Sidhu supplanting Mr Jakhar.
Mr Sidhu’s advancement was important for a trade off equation purportedly showed up at by the gathering following a progression of independent gatherings between the Gandhis, Mr Sidhu, and Mr Singh. The Chief Minister had last week said he would acknowledge “whatever choice is taken by the Congress central leadership”.
Two different pioneers – one from the Dalit people group and the other, a Hindu face – were probably going to be named Working Presidents, as per the arrangement.
Hours after Mr Sidhu’s gathering with the Gandhis, his allies even coordinated “festivals” in Chandigarh however no declaration was made.
Gathering sources, nonetheless, later said that Mr Singh was not energetic about the arrangement. Addressing the media, Mr Rawat, who was available in Mr Sidhu’s gathering with the Gandhis last week, said he had “never said” Mr Sidhu would be made Punjab Congress boss.
The fight between Mr Singh and Mr Sidhu has been on since the 2017 state races. Mr Sidhu, who joined the gathering after a spell in the BJP, would have liked to be made Deputy Chief Minister. Be that as it may, the move was apparently abandoned by Mr Singh.