Punjab Govt, Cong Unit Must Walk Together: Sonia Gandhi After Amarinder Meet

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh met Congress President Sonia Gandhi in Delhi on Tuesday, 10 August, with the last apparently exhorting that the state government and the association must “walk together”.

Before long the gathering, Singh’s media consultant Raveen Thukral cited the CM as saying, “Met Congress President Sonia Gandhi ji in Delhi this evening to examine different state related issues. Spent a very fulfilling one hour with her.”

This was the principal meeting among Singh and Gandhi after Navjot Singh Sidhu was raised to the situation of leader of the Punjab Congress.

Proceeding with Tensions?

Concerning talks, Congress pioneer accountable for Punjab Harish Rawat was cited as saying by ANI, “I accept that Congress boss has exhorted that the state government and association need to walk together and the two of them (Captain Amarinder Singh and Navjot Singh Sidhu) need to work inside their particular cutoff points however by helping out one another.”

Rawat likewise brought up that the CM has not said that he is annoyed with Sidhu. “You, when all is said and done, are pondering this. This isn’t the assertion of Captain.”

The gathering came in the midst of reports of proceeding with strains between CM Singh and Sidhu. However both the pioneers swore to cooperate collectively after Sidhu’s rise, the cricketer-turned-lawmaker seems, by all accounts, to be proceeding with his forceful position against the CM.

On Monday, Sidhu had tweeted about government inaction against Shiromani Akali Dal pioneer Bikram Majithia and other people who were purportedly associated with a medication dealing with case 2018.

A Cabinet reshuffle is likewise expected to happen in the state in front of the races in mid 2022.

Amarinder Meets Amit Shah, Asks for Repeal of Farm Laws

Before long gathering Sonia Gandhi, Amarinder Singh met Union Home Minister Amit Shah at the last’s home on Tuesday. At the gathering, Singh encouraged Shah to intercede to determine the ranchers’ dissent and nullification the three combative homestead laws, the previous’ media counsel said.

“While the ranchers’ dissent has so far been generally quiet, one can detect rising tempers, particularly as Punjab moves towards decisions in mid 2022. There’s pressing need to survey and nullification the homestead laws,” Amarinder Singh was cited as telling Shah.

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