Politician Charanjit Singh Channi (Image: DNA India)
The call to "replace" Punjab Prime Minister Amarinder Singh just months before the resumption of parliamentary elections was accepted by 34 "sulking" congressmen, including four ministers. After the closed meeting, they categorically indicated that it was high time for the party to switch guard before the elections.
"Changing the CM is the prerogative of the party high command. But we have lost faith in him," Technical Education Minister Charanjit Singh Channi told
He said lawmakers unanimously allowed a five-person panel to brief party leader Sonia Gandhi of disagreements among party officials over breaking their election promises. The five-member corps consists of Ministers Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, who supported President Navjot Singh Sidhu in the recent power struggle, Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa and Sukhbinder Singh Sarkaria, Channi and Pargat Singh, who are seen as closely related to Sidhu.
Channi condemned the prime minister and his team for not keeping their election promises, including delaying action in cases of sacrilege and the resignation of the police in 2015. Complaints. Legislators and ministers, otherwise it will be difficult for the party to repeat itself in the Punjab. He said MPs raised a number of issues, including the existence of the sand, drug, cable and transport mafia.
In addition, the issue of sacrilege and subsequent dismissals from the police not only angered the party cadres, but also offended the religious feelings of the common man.
The government also broke its promise to crack down on drug traffickers, he said.
Randhawa joined the choir and said they had the best portfolios with them.
"But we are not afraid of losing our wallet. Our concern is that the promises of the investigation, such as fairness at Bargari and the withdrawal of insufficient power purchase agreements, are still pending."
Interestingly, the day before Head of State Harish Rawat's visit to Chandigarh, the party discussed the growing "war of words" between Amarinder Singh and President Sidhu.
Sources:- the times of India
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