Navjot Singh Sidhu again held a separate rally in Bathinda, cornered the Mann government, gave advice to Congress also - Newztezz Online

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Navjot Singh Sidhu again held a separate rally in Bathinda, cornered the Mann government, gave advice to Congress also

Congress leader in Punjab Navjot Singh Sidhu also raised questions about the loan being taken by the Punjab government. Sidhu said that Punjab is running on top of debt. This debt pressure is weighing heavily on the people of Punjab. Along with this, he has also given advice to Congress.

Former Punjab Congress President Navjot Sidhu held a rally in Kotshamir, Bathinda. In this rally, Navjot Sidhu strongly targeted the Aam Aadmi Party government in Punjab. Sidhu said that the promises made by Bhagwat Mann to the people of Punjab are still unfulfilled, corruption has not ended in Punjab and sand is also being sold at a high price.

Sidhu took a dig at the government on many other issues, but senior leaders of Punjab Congress were once again not seen in Sidhu's rally. Sidhu had put the picture of the High Command leaders as well as Punjab Congress President Raja Wadding on the banner and had also given an open invitation to everyone to come, but no one was seen in this rally.

Gave advice to Congress also

Giving advice to Congress, Sidhu said that today there is a need to lift up the workers. Unless the dignity of the worker is respected, progress cannot be made. Siddh said that unless Congress knows its workers by name, victory is difficult.

Sidhu said that I will meet every angry worker, no matter how many angry workers are counted. Siddh said that Congress will have to be changed in Punjab. Siddh repeatedly talked about voting for policies in his speech. Siddh said that people will have to choose honest leaders.

Questions raised on former Chief Ministers

Sidhu once again raised questions on former Chief Ministers. Sidhu also targeted Captain Amarinder Singh. Sidhu said that earlier work used to be done jointly. Sidhu again said that earlier 75-25 system used to work. Without naming names, Siddh said that this system still has not changed. Now this system is running 80-20.

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