Previous Punjab boss pastor Amarinder Singh on Thursday said he will not be remaining with the Congress, however excused theories of joining the BJP, a day after he met Union home clergyman Amit Shah at Shah’s home in New Delhi. The previous Punjab boss clergyman was addressing NDTV only as he said, “Up until now, I am in the Congress yet I won’t stay in the Congress. I won’t be treated as such.”
Amarinder Singh’s media consultant Raveen Thukral likewise tweeted the meeting clippings on his web-based media handle. On the topic of skimming another party, Amarinder Singh said the reality of the situation will become obvious eventually what will occur. “So you’re neither in Congress nor in BJP?” Amarinder Singh was inquired. “I haven’t left the Congress yet but i will be able to definitely leave. I’m not one of the people who settle on a brief moment. One needs to consider different advantages and disadvantages prior to settling on a choice. In any case, I can see you I won’t remain with the Congress. I’m not going to join BJP likewise,” Amarinder Singh said.
This is the initial occasion when Amarinder Singh discussed leaving the party. His abdication from the post of Punjab boss pastor with a couple of months left for the political race was severe as he said how offended and embarrassed he felt by the treatment of the party central leadership. In any case, he never explicitly discussed leaving the party, however he had said he would go against Navjot Sidhu as the central priest by handling a solid applicant against him.
In the midst of hypotheses of Amarinder Singh’s next political move, the Captain met Union home priest Amarinder Singh on Wednesday. Afterward, Amarinder Singh said that he encouraged Amit Shah to rescind the three combative homestead laws.
On Thursday, Amarinder Singh met public safety guide Ajit Doval perhaps to talk about the security issues of Punjab, the lining state. Prior, Amarinder Singh had said Navjot Singh Sidhu is a danger to India’s public safety in view of his closeness with Pakistan armed force boss General Qamar Javed Bajwa.
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