Punjab Congress infighting: 28 leaders meet three-member panel in Delhi

At the very least 28 leaders of the Punjab Congress Monday met the three-member panel arrange by the excessive command to resolve infighting in the state unit of the get together.

Because the panel met the leaders one after the other in New Delhi, they raised a number of points, together with alleged bureaucratic management of the federal government, Bargari sacrilege probe not reaching its “logical conclusion”, “inaction” in Energy Buy Agreements (PPAs), and “mafia rule”, stated sources. In accordance with sources, some additionally complained about CM Amarinder Singh being “inaccessible”, and pointed to a notion about quid-pro-quo between the SAD and the federal government. Infighting and illustration not given to Backward Lessons and Scheduled Castes have been additionally broached.

The committee is headed by Chief of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Mallikarjun Kharge, with former Delhi MP J P Agarwal and AICC common secretary in cost of Punjab Harish Rawat as members.

The leaders who met the panel members included PPCC chief Sunil Jakhar, ministers Brahm Mohindra, Manpreet Badal, O P Soni, Sunder Sham Arora, Sadhu Singh Dharamsot, Sukhjinder Randhawa and Sukhbinder Singh Sarkaria.

A frontrunner stated that he had requested the committee to resolve the feud between the CM and Navjot Singh Sidhu because it was harming the get together prospects.

Jakhar stated the assembly was being organised to strengthen the get together forward of 2022. “With brainstorming with all MLAs, the primary focus is to revive Punjab to its authentic glory,” he stated.

Navjot Sidhu and his aide Pargat Singh will meet the committee on Tuesday. As many as 25 leaders have been known as to the Congress Warfare Room in Delhi on Tuesday, the place the committee is assembly them.

CM Singh is prone to go to Delhi to meet the Committee on both Thursday or Friday.

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