Amidst his refusal to join Congress, Sidhu met PK, said – old liquor, old gold and old friends are the best!
For the past several days, there was speculation about election strategist Prashant Kishor joining the Congress. However, today it was made clear by Prashant Kishor and Congress that the paths of both are different at present. That is, Prashant Kishor is not joining the Congress at the moment. In the midst of all this, former Punjab Congress President Navjot Singh Sidhu has met Prashant Kishor. After this meeting, Sidhu has also tweeted his photo with Prashant Kishor. Along with his tweet, Sidhu wrote that had a wonderful meeting with old friend PK. With this he added that old wine, old gold and old friends are still the best!
Navjot Singh Sidhu tweets “Had a wonderful meeting with my old friend PK … Old wine, Old gold & Old friends still the best!!!” as he shares a pic with Prashant Kishor
Earlier today Kishor said no to Congress’ offer to join the party as part of EAG&take responsibility for polls pic.twitter.com/Ejcska22Jc
— ANI (@ANI) April 26, 2022
The most important thing is that this tweet of this Sidhu has come at a time when Prashant Kishor has refused to join the Congress shortly before. Since then, many questions can also arise regarding the timing of Sidhu in between. However, only Navjot Singh Sidhu will be able to answer all these questions. For the last several days, there was constant churning within the Congress regarding the suggestions given by Kishor and the possibility of him joining the party. Congress President Sonia Gandhi, after deliberating on the report of a committee set up to consider Kishor’s suggestions, on Monday decided to set up a ‘privileged working group’ to strengthen the party for the next Lok Sabha elections and tackle future challenges. – 2024′ will be formed.
Rejecting the offer to join Congress, Prashant Kishor said that it is more important than him to have leadership and collective will in the Congress to overcome the structural problems that have hit the country’s oldest party. At the same time, Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala tweeted, “After the presentation and discussion with Prashant Kishor, the Congress President constituted ‘Privileged Working Group-2024’ and Kishor has been given the prescribed responsibility by becoming a part of this group. Invited to join the party. He refused.