Navjot Singh Sidhu threatens Punjab Channi government says will go on hunger strike latest updates

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President of the Punjab Congress Navjot Singh Sidhu and Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi

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  • The Sidhu demands that Channi release a report of drunkenness and blasphemy.

On Thursday, Punjab President Nawjot Singh Sidhu said he would go on a hunger strike against the Channi-led state government if it did not publicize reports of drug threats and a blasphemy incident.

“If this report is not made public, then the answer should be that why the previous chief minister slept for four and a half years … one should find out why the interior minister continued to sleep,” the head of the Punjab Congress asked. farther.

Earlier Wednesday, Navjot was hit by the AAP for its pre-election advertisements for the Punjab Assembly, stating that people would not fall prey to populist measures without the backing of a political framework, defined budget allocations and performance targets.

He said the Kejriwala financial aid scheme for women and other promises would cost thousands of crores of rupees and exceed the state budget.

He said that the AARP leader is distributing “candy” to people.

Sidhu’s comments were made the day after Kejriwal praised the Congress leader for raising public welfare issues. In response to various announcements made by Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi for different sections, Sidhu said, “Whatever our Chief Minister says … the party will support him and stand by his side.”

“His (Channey’s) intentions are correct,” said the President of the State Congress, adding that the chief minister enjoys party support.

Later, in a series of tweets, Sidhu said that people would not be “victims of populist schemes.”

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