Amidst the discord in the Punjab Congress, the poster war has now erupted after the war on Twitter between Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh and former cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu. In Patiala, when the supporters of Captain and Sidhu put up posters, new political discussions started all over Punjab. Large flax boards have been put up in support of the Captain on behalf of the Youth Congress at the major square intersections of the city. At the same time, the NGO working under the leadership of former MLA Navjot Kaur Sidhu has put up flax raising voice in favor of Sidhu. These flakes have become a topic of discussion among the people. On the flax board put up by Youth Congress District President Anuj Khosla, the slogan ‘Captain Taan Ik Hi Hunda A, Captain for 2022, Sada Nara Captain Dobara’ is written. On the other hand, ‘Sara Punjab Sidhu De Naal, Kisana Di Awaaz, Mangda-e-Punjab Guruan Di Bayadabi Da Aabat’ is written on the flax put up by Shari Riad, a social worker of the NGO headed by Navjot Kaur Sidhu.
The poster war has started giving indications of new politics in Punjab. Navjot Kaur Sidhu and Navjot Sidhu are very active these days in Patiala, the stronghold of Captain Amarinder Singh.
At the same time, speculation has also started in the political corridors to contest from Patiala. This is the reason why Navjot Sidhu left his residence in Amritsar and hoisted the black flag at his residence in Patiala in support of farmers.
Addressing the media in Patiala twice, he has also raised questions on the functioning of the Punjab government. Social worker Shari Riad says that the posters or flax put up by her NGO are not political.
He listened to the voice of the people and molded it into words and gave the form of posters. Whereas the posters put up in support of the Captain of Youth Congress are political. Sherry further said that his NGO will continue to raise the voice of the people in the same way in the future also under the leadership of Navjot Kaur Sidhu.