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Navjot Sidhu Abruptly Resigned From the Post of Punjab Congress President

Navjot Singh Sidhu resigned from the post of Punjab Congress President. However, he has said that he will continue in the Congress party.

Big Blow to Congress Party in Punjab

Punjab Congress Committee President Navjot Singh Sidhu has resigned from his post. However, he has spoken of remaining in the party. Sidhu has informed the interim president of the Congress party, Sonia Gandhi, about the resignation through a letter.

Navjot Singh Sidhu wrote in his Resignation

Man’s downfall comes from compromise. I can never compromise on the agenda of the future of Congress and the welfare of Punjab. Therefore, I resign from the post of President of the Pradesh Congress Committee. I will keep working for the party.” Departments  divided among the new ministers in Punjab today. And a few hours later, Sidhu sent his resignation to Sonia Gandhi. There are some important reasons behind this. According to sources, Sidhu’s displeasure is the reason for his resignation from the post of state president.

Amarinder said – Sidhu’s Mental Condition is not Good

Captain Amarinder Singh’s reaction has come on Navjot Singh Sidhu’s resignation. The Captain said, “I had already said that Sidhu is not a stable man. He  not fit for a border state like Punjab.

Punjab CM Channi claims – the Matter will be Settled

Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi said regarding the resignation of Navjot Sidhu. They have no knowledge about it. Channi said that he has full faith in Navjot Sidhu. If you are angry with me or anyone else. Then it settled together.

Sidhu’s Advisor said – he is Doing politics of principles

Here, Sidhu’s media advisor Surinder Dalla said that. Navjot Sidhu is doing principled politics. The new government did not do any work on the new 18-point formula of the Congress High Command. Nothing like this  seen in the new government in the last 5 days.

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