Sidhu climbs on elephants to protest against price rise, slams central government
Sidhu climbs on elephants to protest against price rise, slams central government

Amritsar: In Patiala, former Punjab President of Congress Navjot Singh Sidhu has opened a front against price rise. Sidhu on Thursday mounted an elephant and protested against the government. During this time, he launched a scathing attack on the central government. He said that due to rising inflation, farmers, labourers and middle-class people are being affected the most. The people are suffering due to inflation.

Sidhu said it was a symbolic demonstration to wake up the government, as prices of all things have gone up just like the size of an elephant. During this, hundreds of Congress workers gathered at Anardana Chowk in Patiala. Slogans were also raised against the government during this period.  During this, Navjot Sidhu said that inflation is continuously increasing. In such a situation, it has become difficult for the poor man to live. He said that at present, the prices of commodities are rising like elephants, which are beyond the reach of the middle class and the poor people.

Sidhu was jailed for one year:- 

Former Punjab Congress unit president Navjot Singh Sidhu has been sentenced to one year in jail by the Supreme Court. Sidhu has been sentenced in the 1988 road rage case. The road rage case against Sidhu is being heard. They had a dispute in 1988, about 34 years ago, over parking in Patiala. In which an elderly man's life was lost. Sidhu was earlier let off by the apex court in the case with a fine of one thousand rupees. The aggrieved party had filed a review petition against it.  

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