Don’t get along with people who challenge his character, says Sidhu

DERA BABA NANAK: Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu was the centre of attraction at the integrated check post as the Amritsar (East) MLA made it a point to greet everyone.

Rajmeet Singh
Tribune News Service
Dera Baba Nanak, November 9

Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu was on Saturday the centre of attraction at the integrated check post as the Amritsar (East) MLA made it a point to greet everyone. The pilgrims there gave Sidhu the credit for the “success of the Kartarpur corridor”.

Sidhu said: “It was the almighty who was behind the opening of the corridor.”

Sidhu, while interacting with the public, said he did not get along with those who “challenge my character”.

While talking to The Tribune, Sidhu said that after leaving the cabinet he had been meditating for 15 to 17 hours in a day and had lost 25 kg.

In a lighter note, he said, “As a result, all my old clothes fit me."

He said: “Though I have the visa now, had the Ministry of External Affairs not allowed me to visit Kartarpur, I would have gone there with my wife five days later.”

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