Congress trying to pacify him, but Sidhu not ready to back down

Amritsar: Navjot Singh Sidhu's resignation as Punjab Congress president has created a new crisis in the Punjab Congress, while the party leadership has started trying to pacify him, but Sidhu is not in a mood to back down. The Congress sent its central observer Harish Chaudhary to Chandigarh on Wednesday to discuss with party leaders and resolve the crisis, but Sidhu did not reach Chandigarh. He stayed in his residence in Patiala.

Sidhu did not even follow the advice of his close ones and withdrew his resignation. CM Charanjit Singh Channi, on the other hand, said he called Sidhu and invited him for talks. CM Channi said the party president (state president) is the head of the family, he should discuss matters within the family. He also said that I interacted with Sidhu Saheb and invited him for discussion.

CM Channi said, 'I have told him that the party's ideology is supreme and the government follows that ideology. I have told them that if he has any problems, we can talk to him. I am fair and I don't have an ego. After keeping quiet on his resignation on Tuesday, Sidhu released a video on Wednesday saying he would not compromise his morality, even if it required renunciation of posts.'

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