‘Anti-party’ activities: Congress issue show cause notice to Patiala MP Preneet Kaur

Party accuses her of siding with newly-floated party of her husband Capt Amarinder Singh

‘Anti-party’ activities: Congress issue show cause notice to Patiala MP Preneet Kaur

Preneet Kaur. Tribune file

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, November 24

Congress party’s Punjab affairs incharge Harish Chaudhary on Wednesday issued a show-cause notice to party MP and wife of former chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh, Preneet Kaur.

The party has accused the Congress MP from Patiala of anti-party activities.

In a communication to Preneet Kaur, Harish Chaudhary said, “From the last many days, we are continuously receiving reports from Congress workers, MLAs, leaders from Patiala and the media about your anti-party activities. This information and news has been coming ever since your husband Captain Amarinder Singh ji resigned from the party and floated his own party Punjab Lok Congress. We are also made aware of your open announcements in the media about siding with your husband's party.

“Kindly explain your stand on this issue within a period of seven days, otherwise party will be forced to take necessary disciplinary action.”

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