Sidhu Set To Be ‘Bowled Out’ By Congress High Command, Disciplinary Committee Seeks Action

After the Punjab unit of the Congress party has submitted a complaint against former PPCC chief Navjot Singh Sidhu for portraying himself ‘above the party’, the Congress disciplinary committee, headed by senior leader AK Antony, will be meeting on May 6 to decide the course of action against him. The committee will issue a notice to Sidhu on the same. 

In a cryptic tweet on Wednesday, Sidhu said:

“I often listen to talks against me in silence… I have given the right to reply to time,”

It’s believed that Sidhu’s tweet was in a reference to Punjab Congress in-charge Harish Chaudhary writing to Sonia Gandhi last month seeking disciplinary action.

Chaudhary, in his letter, has attached a note by Punjab Congress chief Amrinder Singh Raja Warring regarding Sidhu’s current activities. The letter says that Sidhu relentlessly criticised the previous Congress government despite being asked not to do so.

During the assembly elections and even after the humiliating defeat of the Congress party, former PPCC chief Sidhu has been continuously slamming his own party and its former CM Charanjit Channi, blaming his own govt and its link to even the Mafias, for the party’s defeat in Punjab.

Recently, during the ceremony to install Mr Warring as Punjab Congress chief, former PPCC chief Sidhu had come to the Congress state headquarters but didn’t share the stage with the other leaders. This has been mentioned in the letter written to Congress president Sonia Gandhi by party’s state incharge Harish Choudhary. According to Mr Choudhary, It was “inexcusable”. Now the Congress high command is all set to take an action on Navjot Singh Sidhu after the meeting of the party’s disciplinary action committee on May 6.

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