No personal views as long as one is in Congress…Punjab Congress President's warning to Sidhu - Newztezz Online

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No personal views as long as one is in Congress…Punjab Congress President's warning to Sidhu

After the Moga rally which was amidst controversies, now Navjot Singh Sidhu is going to hold the next rally in Baghapurana. Due to this, King Vading has warned him. There is no one bigger than the Congress Party. Anti-party activities of anyone will not be tolerated. Congress seems divided into two factions in Punjab. Despite the objections of Congress leaders, Navjot Singh Sidhu is holding rallies.

The infighting between the Congress in Punjab is not showing any sign of abating. Navjot Singh Sidhu's attitude is not softening, on the other hand, the dispute between him and Raja Vandig is well known. Amidst the discord recently, Sidhu had again held a separate rally in Moga on Sunday. Now Punjab Congress President Raja Wadding has given a big statement on Navjot Siddh.

Once again, current Congress chief Amarinder Singh Raja Vading was seen angry at former Punjab Congress chief Navjot Sidhu. After the Moga rally which was amidst controversies, now Navjot Singh Sidhu is going to hold the next rally in Baghapurana. Due to this, King Vading has warned him. Speaking at a separate rally on behalf of Sidhu, he said that if someone wants to run his business, he can do it without claws. It is not right to have an ideology different from the party.

Vandig's warning

Punjab Congress President Raja Vading, who was angry over Navjot Singh Sidhu's separate rally, said that those who create trouble in the party will not be given notice but will be thrown out. There is no one bigger than the Congress Party. Anti-party activities of anyone will not be tolerated. Vandig said that if you want to have personal views then keep them separate from the party. During this, Raja Vading said that this time no notice will be issued directly.

Rallies outside the party

Congress seems divided into two factions in Punjab. Despite the objections of Congress leaders, Navjot Singh Sidhu is holding rallies. On Sunday he held a rally in Moga. At the same time, senior Congress leader Navjot Singh is calling Sidhu's rally as indiscipline. Under the banner of 'Jeetega Punjab, Jeetagi Congress', Sidhu has held three rallies apart from the state leadership, including two in Bathinda and one in Hoshiarpur. Amidst the ongoing dispute with Punjab Congress leaders, Navjot Singh Sidhu will visit Kartarpur Sahib Gurdwara in Pakistan through Kartarpur Corridor on January 24.

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