Navjot Singh Sidhu spoke on Sunil Jakhar’s resignation.
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The Congress had removed Jakhar from all posts last month for alleged anti-party activities. Jakhar has taken the decision to quit the party at a time when Congress’s three-day ‘Chintan Shivir’ is going on in Udaipur.
After the defeat in the assembly elections, the Congress, which is trying to strengthen its position, has suffered a major setback. Punjab Congress leader Sunil Jakhar has given this blow to the party. Jakhar said goodbye to the party on Saturday, after which there has been a stir in the department. After Jakhar’s announcement, Navjot Singh Sidhu came in his support and said that Congress should not lose Sunil Jakhar. Because he is an important asset for the party.
Sidhu tweeted, “Congress should not lose Jakhar. Because he is an important asset for the party. He further said that any difference of opinion can be resolved through mutual dialogue. Sunil Jakhar today announced to quit the Congress through a Facebook Live post. Jakhar, who had also served as the president of the party’s Punjab unit. He said, ‘This is my gift to the party. Best wishes and goodbye Congress.
The congress should not loose #sunilkjakhar , Is an asset worth his weight in gold…. Any differences can be resolved on the table
— Navjot Singh Sidhu (@sherryontopp) May 14, 2022
Congress name removed from social media
Before Facebook Live, Jakhar removed the name of Congress from his social media handle. Last year when there was a massive dispute between Amarinder Singh and Sidhu. Then Amarinder Singh had resigned from the post of Chief Minister and announced to leave the party. In such a situation, as the Chief Minister of Punjab, whose name was discussed the most, it was Sunil Jakhar. However, later Charanjit Singh Channi was elected the CM saying that there should be a Sikh face CM for Punjab.
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Significantly, the Congress had removed Jakhar from all posts last month for alleged anti-party activities. Jakhar has taken the decision to quit the party at a time when Congress’s three-day ‘Chintan Shivir’ is going on in Udaipur. The disgruntled leader said, “This (my farewell) is a gift to the party. Good luck for the future and goodbye Congress. Jakhar, the former Punjab Congress chief, was upset with the party over the ‘show cause’ notice he received on April 11. He did not even respond to the notice to the Congress Disciplinary Committee.
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