The war in Punjab Congress is not over yet. Controversy continues over former Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh’s statement regarding Navjot Singh Sidhu and Rahul-Priyanka Gandhi. In a major rebuke to former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, the Congress on Thursday said the party will not comment on anyone who wants to leave the party. The Congress said that there is no place for anger, jealousy or revenge in politics. At the same time, Amarinder Singh also hit back saying that this is not the way to deal with senior leaders.
In fact, Captain Amarinder Singh had said that he would do anything to prevent Navjot Singh Sidhu from becoming the CM. Along with this, the captain had described Rahul and Priyanka Gandhi as inexperienced. On this the Congress has now said that there is no place for anger, jealousy, jealousy, personal remarks or vendetta in politics.
No comment on leaving the party
Congress spokesperson Supriya Shrinet, who is considered close to Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, said on Thursday that Amarinder Singh is expected to reconsider his remarks regarding the fact that the Congress made him the chief minister for nine and a half years. Shrinet said that Congress is fighting an ideological war and will stand with those who want to fight like this. Reprimanding the veteran leader of the party, Shrinet said that if he wants to leave the party, then I will not comment on it.
So is there room for humiliation in Congress?
At the same time, Captain Amarinder also retaliated on Shrinet’s statement. Amarinder Singh, replying through his media advisor Raveen Thukral, said that there is no place for anger in politics but there is room for insult in Congress. Amarinder Singh said that yes, there is no place for anger in politics, but is there any place for humiliation in an old party like Congress? If a senior party leader like me can be treated like this, I wonder what the workers should do!