Punjab Assembly Election 2022: Navjot Singh Sidhu was seen in a tizzy amidst the political noise in Punjab. In the public meeting of Priyanka Gandhi in Dhuri, Navjot Singh Sidhu was present on the stage, but did not give a speech. Sidhu’s name was called for the speech after Sunil Jakhar, but Sidhu refused. After this, Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi came on stage to deliver a speech. Priyanka Gandhi did not even take Sidhu’s name apart from the address in her speech.
Sidhu was seen outside Amritsar for the first time after Channi’s name was announced as the Congress’s chief ministerial candidate last Sunday. He is going out for election campaign only on his seat. According to sources, one of Sidhu’s displeasures is that he has not got a helicopter for campaigning. On the other hand, senior Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Sunday kicked off the election campaign in Punjab. During this, he said that the Punjab government led by former Chief Minister Amarinder Singh had to be removed because it was being run by the Bharatiya Janata Party from Delhi. He also attacked the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), calling it a party out of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).
Addressing several election public meetings in Punjab ahead of elections to the 117-member assembly on February 20, he accused the AAP, the main opposition party in Punjab, of not doing anything in Delhi and said its government had “failed” there. Is. The Congress leader said that people should be wary of the Delhi model of governance being promoted by AAP, as the BJP also came to power at the Center in 2014 by showcasing the Gujarat model, but the truth is now in front of everyone.
On the issue of Congress removing Amarinder Singh from the post of Chief Minister and replacing Charanjit Singh Channi as Chief Minister in September last year, Priyanka, without naming him (Amarinder Singh’s) said, “It is true that for five years we are here.” There was a government, it is also true that there were some flaws in that government. It had lost its way somewhere.