New Delhi | Sidhu Vs Channi Again : Whatever is happening in the Congress before the Punjab Assembly elections is quite interesting in itself. First, Sidhu removed Captain Amarinder Singh from the post by opposing him and calmed down by sitting Channi on the post of Chief Minister. Then he also complained to the Congress high command about CM Channi and even gave his resignation for this. Later, on persuading Navjot Singh Sidhu, he understood and came back to Punjab and accepted his post. Now once again Sidhu has opened a front against CM Channi. On an open platform, Sidhu has warned the party chief minister that he will go on hunger strike against the government if the drugs report is not issued.
#WATCH , Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu says he will go on a hunger strike against the state government if it doesn’t make public the reports on drugs menace & the sacrilege incident pic.twitter.com/xfb0cb2xuG
— ANI (@ANI) November 25, 2021
Afraid to take children out
Sidhu Vs Channi Again : Addressing a rally, Navjot Singh Sidhu said that lakhs of youth are dying here due to drugs. He said that such an atmosphere of intoxication is bad that even the children of their house are afraid to take them out. Sidhu told that he had found an elderly man in Patiala who told him that he keeps crying after seeing his grandson in the grip of drugs. After this, he said that if the state government does not share the report related to Raxaul intoxication, then he will sit on hunger strike.
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Sidhu Vs Channi Again : Sidhu said that Punjab’s image is getting tarnished all over the world due to drugs. He said that due to the growing drug trade, people here are leaving Punjab. Let us inform that the news of Sidhu’s quarrel with CM Channi has also come to the fore. The situation has gone even when the Kartarpur Corridor was opened, CM Channi was not included in the delegation.
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