Last time you formed your own party, you lost your ballot, garnering only 856 votes, Navjot Sidhu tells Amarinder Singh

In a tweet following Capt’s press conference, Sidhu says ‘people of Punjab are again waiting to punish you for compromising on the interests of Punjab’

Last time you formed your own party, you lost your ballot, garnering only 856 votes, Navjot Sidhu tells Amarinder Singh

Navjot Singh Sidhu. File photo

Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, October 27

As former Punjab CM Capt Amarinder Singh held a press conference here on Wednesday, PPCC chief Navjot Sidhu went on a tweeting spree against him.

In one of his tweets, Sidhu said, “We the 78 MLAs of Congress, could never imagine, what we received an arm-twisted, ED controlled BJP loyal Chief Minister of Punjab…who sold the interests of Punjab to save his skin! You were the negative force stalling Justice & development of Punjab.”

In another tweet, Sidhu said, “You wanted to close doors on me, as i was raising voice of the People, speaking truth to power ! Last time you formed your own party, you lost your ballot, garnering only 856 votes…People of Punjab are again waiting to punish you for compromising on the interests of Punjab !!”

In yet another tweet, Sidhu said, “There is no suffering that pity will not insult ! Were you unceremoniously dumped for good governance ? & 18 Point Agenda shoved down the throat of poorest performing CM of Punjab …You will be remembered as Jaichand of Punjab’s Political history, you are truly a spent cartridge.”

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