Captain Amarinder Singh
In the midst of ongoing problems in the Punjab unit, the Congress is concerned that promises of a united front as elections approach will remain a pipe-dream if chief minister Amarinder Singh does not take actions at his level to comfort unhappy individual legislators.Even the stable status of management could come under question if issues are not fixed in time, according to the party's assessment, which, if exacerbated closer to elections, can sow confusion among the rank and file.At the heart of the problem appears to be a sense of uneasiness among some MPs who believe they are being penalised in elections as a result of their political affiliation against Amarinder Singh.
The worry among the numerous chosen band members, many of whom recently joined a rally in opposition to CM Singh, is that they will not be renominated on the basis of a poll conducted by a reputable ballot marketing expert, or that they would face sabotage from inside. Some people are also concerned about administrative retaliation against them.Congress feels that the CM should personally take the initiative to calm the fears of the jittery members in order to convince them to abandon their "rebellion." Singh's faction, on the other hand, has been emphasising that central management intervention has been ineffective.
There is a belief in the event that the MLAs will continue to speak out against the CM, which could be a cover for their "personal insecurities." “Amarinder Singh is responsible for settling these regional conflicts. He must act, and it is in his own and the party's best interests,” an AICC official added.According to party sources, AICC general secretary Harish Rawat has been asked to visit Punjab early next week to heal wounds.
He'll most likely meet with CM Singh and PCC leader Navjot Singh Sidhu to try to bridge the gap between them and the numerous legislators. The senior ranks of the party are unhappy that despite their best efforts to appease factions, first by naming Sidhu as PCC president and then by declaring Amarinder Singh as the party's electoral face, matters haven't settled as expected.
Source: The Times of India
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