Sources in Navjot Singh Sidhu’s camp have laid out conditions for the withdrawal of resignation by the former Punjab Congress chief, who abruptly quit from the post yesterday.
Sources in Navjot Singh Sidhu’s camp has said he won’t take back his resignation until Rana Gurjit Singh is removed from the Punjab cabinet.
Sources close to Navjot Singh Sidhu’s camp have revealed conditions for the withdrawal of Sidhu’s resignation. Sidhu had abruptly quit from the post of Punjab Congress chief yesterday.
Navjot Singh Sidhu would not take back his resignation until ‘tainted leader’ Rana Gurjit Singh is removed from the cabinet, sources told India Today TV.
“DGP IPS Sahota should also be replaced. As SIT chief he gave a clean chit to the accused in Behbal Kalan firing case,” sources said.
Sources also demanded, “Advocate General APS Deol should be removed. As counsel for the accused in the Behbal Kalan case, he had secured blanked bail for former DGP Sumedh Saini.”
Navjot Singh Sidhu, who abruptly quit as the Punjab Congress chief on Tuesday, has posted a video on Twitter saying he will continue to fight for the truth.
“I will keep fighting the fight for truth till my last breath,” wrote Navjot Singh Sidhu on Twitter, a day after he resigned as the Punjab Congress chief, throwing the state unit into chaos.
In the video, Navjot Singh Sidhu has said, “I am fighting for the welfare of Punjab and I never compromised on this. I never fight for personal agenda.”
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