- Former MLA Ajit Inder Singh Mofar told that he did not attend this meeting, but had gone to meet one of the cabinet ministers present there. He said that he was shocked when he saw his name among those demanding the removal of Capt.
The Punjab government late on Tuesday evening claimed that some people are conspiring to create a rift within the party. Six MLAs and a former MLA, who are said to be involved in the meeting of the Sidhu camp, have expressed confidence in the Captain. On the contrary Gurkeerat Singh Kotli claimed that he was with Navjot Singh Sidhu for a long time and did not support Capt.
Punjab Congress leaders who have distanced themselves from rebellion in the party include MLAs Kuldeep Vaid, Dalveer Singh Goldie, Santosh Singh Badalipur, Angad Singh, Raja Vading and Gurkeerat Kotli, and former MLAs, a release issued by the Punjab government said. Ajit Inder Singh.
Publicly releasing a list by a party of Punjab Congress, the party’s MLAs and former MLAs were said to be part of the anti-captain faction, who want to replace the captain and take up the matter with the high command, but these seven leaders Talking about not being a part of any such decision, he said that he stands firmly with the Chief Minister. These leaders said that Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa had a closed-door meeting at his residence, after which his names along with other leaders were also released, while this meeting was called to discuss party matters.
Some of the leaders involved in the meeting had tried to raise the issue of changing the Chief Minister, but neither a resolution was presented nor a consensus was reached unanimously. Taking strict notice of the use of her name, she clarified that she does not support any such move against the Captain.
Part of conspiracy against Chief Minister
Kuldeep Vaid clarified that he is not part of any such conspiracy against the Chief Minister, while Goldie said that I wholeheartedly support Capt. Angad told that he had gone to his constituency to discuss the voting of cooperative societies. Vading said that he did not know that any such discussion had taken place during this meeting. Badlipur also denied having any discussion about changing the chief minister in this meeting.
MLAs condemn the rebellion
The government claimed that all these seven MLAs condemned an attempt by a section of Punjab Congress to revolt in the party ahead of the 2022 assembly elections, especially after the high command had already pointed out differences between Sidhu and Capt. was resolved.
He said elections are a few months away and the party needs to work unitedly and not indulge in low-level politics for personal gains. He has appealed to the party leadership to take immediate steps to stop the attempts to divide the party.