Navjot Singh Sidhu says ‘Sunil Jakhar an asset worth his weight in gold’, Congress shouldn’t loose him

Former Punjab Congress chiefs Sunil Jakhar and Navjot Sidhu.

Former Punjab Congress chiefs Sunil Jakhar and Navjot Sidhu.

Ex-Punjab Congress boss Navjot Singh Sidhu responded forcefully Saturday to associate Sunil Jakhar’s renunciation, saying any distinctions could be settled at the table. Taking to Twitter, Sidhu depicted Jakhar as an ‘resource’ and said, “The Congress shouldn’t lose Sunil K Jakhar… (he) is a resource out of this world valuable … . Any distinctions can be settled on the table.”

Recently Jakhar dropped a stunner, declaring on a Facebook Live post that he had stopped. Jakhar, who hosted likewise filled in as the gathering’s Punjab unit president, said, “It is my keepsake to the party… Good karma and farewell Congress.”

He said Congress pioneers sitting in Delhi hosted ‘demolished the gathering in Punjab’ and put senior pioneer Ambika Soni’s assertion on the ‘repercussions of having a Hindu boss pastor’ for the party’s sad appearing in the February-March political decision.

Nonetheless, Jakhar offered expressions of acclaim for Rahul Gandhi, asking him to retake control of the party (Gandhi was Congress president yet stopped after unfortunate outcomes in the 2019 general political race) and reduce most, if not all, connection with doormats.

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Before his Facebook Live, Jakhar eliminated all Congress references from his virtual entertainment handles.

Jakhar was among the leaders for Punjab boss pastor last year after Amarinder Singh quit post and party following a monstrous line with Sidhu. Be that as it may, the GOP picked Charanjit Singh Channi after Ambika Soni, to whom the post was offered, proposed a Sikh face ought to be CM.

Prior, Jakhar had likewise reprimanded Channi, calling him a ‘risk’ and furthermore faulting him for the misfortune.

In April, the Congress eliminated Sunil Jakhar from all party positions for supposed enemy of party exercises.

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