Vishal Angrish, Chandigarh: With the start of the assembly elections in Punjab, once again the fight over the chair has started in the Congress. Congress President Navjot Singh Sidhu’s page “Jeetega Punjab” has expressed his desire to become the CM of Sidhu, on which it was written that “Sidhu Sarkar” will come soon.
The post on the ‘Jitega Punjab’ page described the Punjab Congress president as a man of clean character and said that the state would win only when his government comes to power.
The development comes after the cricketer-turned-politician’s statement that the MLAs chosen by the people of Punjab will also choose their chief minister and not the Congress high command.
Responding to a question on the Grand Old Party’s possible choice for the top post, Sidhu said, “People of Punjab will make the CM. Who told you that the high command will make CM?”
Earlier, Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi has also said that the Congress should announce its chief ministerial candidate, as doing so in the past has helped the party gain electoral gains.
Meanwhile, Sidhu insists that he is not looking for any position but is fighting to change a system that has destroyed Punjab like termites and is being run by mafia.
In a tweet on Thursday, he said, “A system that cannot do justice to our guru and punish the big fish involved in drug trade needs to be demolished. I clearly state that I am not running for any post and either this arrangement will remain or Navjot Singh Sidhu.
Sidhu’s statement and Channi’s opinion invited a sharp reaction from Manish Tewari, who said that Punjab needs serious people and took a dig at the KPCC chief and CM and called him a non-serious person who is entertaining people. .
He said, “Punjab needs such a CM, who has the ability to take tough decisions, solve the challenges of Punjab. Punjab needs serious people whose politics is neither social engineering, entertainment, freebies nor governance favorites, which have been rejected by the people in successive elections.
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first published:Jan. 14, 2022, 11:08 a.m.