- Said, we will do the press conference
- no matter how hard the captain
- Assembly elections are next year in Punjab
Delhi CM Arvind kejriwal There has been a tussle between the state government and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government regarding the press conference of (Arvind Kejriwal). Punjab CM Captain Amarinder Singh’s office has refused permission to Arvind Kejriwal’s press conference. Tomorrow this press conference was to be held at Punjab Bhawan at one o’clock. However, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is adamant about holding the press conference. “Press conferences will be held, no matter how much the captain insists,” the AAP chimed in.
Amarinder Singh gave a formula for reconciliation in Punjab Congress, did not meet Gandhi family
It is worth noting that the assembly elections are to be held in Punjab next year, in such a situation, political activities are intensifying in the state. Aam Aadmi Party and Shiromani Akali Dal are posing a challenge to the ruling Congress in the state. Akali Dal’s alliance with BJP has broken and this time it will enter the election fray by tying up with Bahujan Samaj Party. Aam Aadmi Party is also being considered as a power in Punjab. AAP’s convener Kejriwal’s entire focus is currently on increasing the party’s strength in Punjab. Before the Punjab tour, Arvind Kejriwal recently tweeted in Punjabi and said, ‘Punjab wants change. Only Aam Aadmi Party is the hope.
Amid discord in Punjab Congress, Sidhu said, “Who is Amarinder who closed party doors for me”
The Punjab Ekta Party led by former Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Sukhpal Singh Khaira recently announced a merger with the Congress. Khera and two other leaders had met former Congress President Rahul Gandhi. Khaira, who was formerly the Leader of Opposition in the Punjab Legislative Assembly, had said that AAP is a one-man show and it was his big mistake to leave Congress and join Arvind Kejriwal’s party in 2015. Along with MLA Khaira from Bathinda district Jagdev Singh, MLA from Maur and Pirmal Singh Khalsa, MLA from Bhadaur in Barnala district were also present.