Angry Amarinder wrote a letter to Sonia – Do not forcibly interfere in Punjab politics, damage will be done!

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has expressed displeasure by writing a letter to Sonia Gandhi. He said that the Congress high command was forcibly interfering in the Punjab government and the politics of Punjab. The high command should understand that the situation in Punjab is not so favorable and both the party and the government may have to bear the loss.

In fact, Navjot Singh Sidhu had reached Congress President Sonia Gandhi on Friday morning. At the same time, in the evening, there was an influx of supporters at Sidhu’s residence in Patiala. Supporters started presenting bouquets to his wife Navjot Kaur Sidhu. It is believed that Navjot Singh Sidhu can be given the command of Punjab Congress.

For now, supporters say that they will have to wait for some more time. In a short time, the letter of the head will come. After that the rest of the celebrations will be done.

Congress’s Punjab in-charge Harish Rawat had given a statement in an interview to India Today that Navjot Singh Sidhu can be made the President of Punjab Congress. Whereas the post of Chief Minister can remain with Captain Amarinder only. After this statement of Harish Rawat, a riot started in the Punjab Congress. After this statement, Harish Rawat once again met Congress President Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi. In such a situation, the matter of giving the command of Punjab Congress in the hands of Sidhu seems right.

However, Harish Rawat later clarified that this meeting was on the issue of Uttarakhand. Congress Punjab in-charge Harish Rawat later clarified his statement and said that the Congress President will take the final decision regarding Punjab. On the previous day, there were indications that Congress Navjot Singh Sidhu could be made the President of the Punjab unit, after these signals, the ruckus increased.

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