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Sidhu will remain the President of Punjab Congress, the responsibility on CM Charanjit to persuade

Navjot Singh Sidhu will continue as the President of Punjab Congress. According to sources, the Congress high command has decided not to accept his resignation.

Chandigarh: The Congress has intensified efforts to stop the ongoing discord among the party leaders of Punjab. According to sources, the party high command has decided not to accept the resignation of Navjot Singh Sidhu. He will continue to be the President of Punjab Congress.

CM Channi got the responsibility of persuading Sidhu

According to sources, the Congress High Command has started trying to persuade Sidhu to pacify the disputes in Punjab. Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi has been entrusted with the task of persuading him to withdraw his resignation. It is believed that the Chief Minister is considering changing the AG and DGP to persuade Sidhu. So far no reaction of Sidhu has come to the fore on this incident.

Ghulam Nabi Azad wrote a letter to Sonia

The leaders of the party's G-23 have also become active amid the ongoing dispute between the party leaders in Punjab. Senior party leader Ghulam Nabi Azad has written a letter to Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi. In this letter, he has demanded to immediately convene a meeting of the Congress Working Committee of the party to discuss the current situation. He said that the party leaders should sit together and resolve this entire issue in a positive manner.

Kapil Sibal demanded elections in the party

Before him, another G-23 leader Kapil Sibal had raised many questions on the Congress leadership by holding a press conference on Wednesday. Kapil Sibal asked that there be no president in the party at this time. Then who is taking all the important decisions related to the party. He said that we had written a letter to the High Command in August last year for reforms in the party, but no reply has come on it so far. He also raised the demand for the election of the President, Congress Working Committee and Central Election Committee in the party.


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