The front of two Rajya Sabha members Pratap Singh Bajwa and Shamsher Singh Dhulo have opened against Punjab CM Amarinder Singh. After this dispute, Bajwa told on Friday that if the party is to be saved in the state, then Amarinder and Sunil Jakhar will have to be expelled from their posts. He also said that if the party does not take such a decision, then Congress will have the same situation in Punjab as it did in West Bengal after Siddharth Shankar Rai (former Chief Minister of West Bengal).
Apart from this, the party's state in-charge Asha Kumari has also given a big statement. In which on Friday, he said that in the case of these two MPs, any decision will be taken by the disciplinary proceedings committee headed by AK Antony. It should be known that the cabinet ministers of Punjab have criticized the state government in the recent poisonous liquor case. In which on Thursday, Bajwa, and Dhulo were demanded to be excluded from the present Congress.
Both the members of Rajya Sabha had opposed the government of their own party regarding the recent poisonous liquor case. 113 people died in that accident. When asked about the preparations for action by the party, former Congress state president Bajwa said, "113 people lost their lives. We have raised the voice of the people. We are doing this for the good of Congress and Punjab. There is a lot of disrepute of this government". From the statements of the leaders of the Punjab government, it seems that in the coming time, there can be more discord in the party.