Senior BJP chief Prakash Javadekar has requested why the Congress is silent on ‘serious allegations made by Amarinder Singh in opposition to Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu.
Senior BJP chief Prakash Javadekar has requested why the Congress is silent on ‘serious allegations’ made by Amarinder Singh in opposition to Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu.
Senior BJP chief Prakash Javadekar has wondered the Congress on the social gathering’s ‘silence’ over serious allegations in opposition to Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu made by former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh.
Prakash Javadekar mentioned, “Captain Amarinder Singh has levelled very serious allegations in opposition to Navjot Singh Sidhu. He has known as him anti-national. Navjot Singh Sidhu had visited Pakistan and greeted (Pakistan Army Chief) Bajwa after Pakistan had attacked us. The nation knew this, however the day prior to this Amarinder Singh Sidhu has highlighted this.”
He mentioned, “Our (BJP) build an shriek to to Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, and Priyanka Gandhi is why are they silent? Right here’s a huge allegation. Right here’s why we ask Congress might maybe well even simply peaceable keep in touch out and sure their stand.”
“Will Congress take stock of these allegations and provoke an inquiry on Navjot Singh Sidhu?” he requested.
Hours after resigning from the submit of the Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh mentioned, “Will oppose if Navjot Singh Sidhu is the Congress social gathering’s chief ministerial candidate.”
“I could maybe even simply no longer ever allow that man [Sidhu] to return. He is an anti-national element. I is not any longer going to permit him. He is too mixed up with Pakistan,” Captain Amarinder Singh mentioned.
He then went on to receive Sidhu’s speech at Kartarpur which used to be elephantine of reward for Pakistan PM Imran Khan as effectively because the cricketer-changed into-politician’s controversial decision to hug Pakistan’s Chief of Army Team, Qamar Javed Bajwa.
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