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The conflict in Punjab Congress over Navjot Sidhu is still on. Sidhu has been continuously raising questions on Congress government for not arresting Akali leader Bikram Majithia in the drug case. As a result, Deputy CM Sukhjinder Randhawa has now offered to leave the Home Ministry. He said that Sidhu is over-ambivalent. Mr Randhawa said, “Navjot Singh Sidhu has been irate, ever since I became home minister, so now I have decided to leave the ministry.” 

Deputy CM further said that he will work according to the law, not according to the PPCC chief Navjot Singh Sidhu. Randhawa during an interview with a private channel said, “In Congress, candidates aren’t supported before a decision is taken by the high command. Only recommendations are sent by leaders… PPCC president should say things that are acceptable to everyone.”


Before Mr Randhawa, congress minister Bharat Bhushan Ashu had advised Sidhu to learn Congress party culture. Commenting on Sidhu’s Punjab Model, Ashu said that “Sidhu will have to learn the culture of the Congress party. When it is collective leadership, then the decision on party candidates should also be collective. The party leadership will have to be united.”

“It has always been ‘Congress Model’ and Congress ideology in the party. If someone has an individual opinion, he should discuss it on the party platform. We are soldiers of the party first,” he further added.


Food and Civil Supplies Minister Ashu further took a dig at Sidhu and said that CM and ministers are working for around 18 hours. In three months the government has completed those tasks which weren’t completed in the past four and a half years, despite this, he (Sidhu) is at loggerheads with CM Channi.

PPCC chief Sidhu, whose name is involved in controversies since Captain Amarinder Singh stepped down as Punjab Chief Minister, is now targeting his own government. He has even raised questions on Punjab CM Channi and his government. 

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