Amarinder Singh meets Home Minister Amit Shah amid speculation of joining BJP

Punjab Congress Crisis Live: In a video message tweeted on Wednesday morning, Navjot Sidhu said that he will not compromise on morals and will “fight for the truth till his last breath.”

New Delhi/Chandigarh: Former Punjab Chief Minister and Congress veteran Amarinder Singh met Union Home Minister Amit Shah amid speculations that he would join the BJP. Captain Amarinder Singh has recently resigned from the top post in Punjab. Mr Singh said that during the meeting he discussed controversial agricultural laws, urging Home Minister Amit Shah to repeal the laws and guarantee MSP.

Navjot Singh Sidhu on Tuesday resigned as Punjab Congress chief, in a major setback to the Gandhi family, who had hoped that a change of chief minister before elections early next year would help end the turmoil in the state. Will help.

In a video message tweeted on Wednesday morning, Mr Sidhu said he would not compromise on morals and would “fight for the truth till his last breath.”

“My fight is based on issues and I have stood by it for a long time. I cannot compromise on my morality, my moral right. What I see is compromise with issues, agenda in Punjab. I mislead the high command. Can’t and can’t, I let them be misled,” Mr Sidhu said in Punjabi.

In his resignation letter to cricketer-turned-politician Sonia Gandhi, “The downfall of a man’s character stems from the compromise corner. I can never compromise on the future of Punjab and the agenda of Punjab’s welfare. Therefore, I hereby resign.” As the President of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee. I will continue to serve the Congress.”

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