Watch: 'Such a pleasure...': Navjot Sidhu's first words to CM Capt Amarinder after months of acrimony

Sidhu was about to sit across the table from Singh, who was already seated, but was asked to sit next to the CM.

Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, July 23

Ahead of taking charge of the state Congress, Navjot Singh Sidhu met Chief Minister Amarinder Singh at the Punjab Bhavan here on Friday.

According to a video from the event, Sidhu greeted Singh with folded hands and broke the ice by saying: "How are you, sir? Such a pleasure."

Also read: LIVE: Ahead of installation ceremony, Navjot Singh Sidhu, CM Capt Amarinder come together after months of controversy

Sidhu was about to sit across the table from Singh, who was already seated, but was asked to sit next to the CM.

According to a Congress leader, the meeting between Sidhu and Singh, who have been at loggerheads with each other for some time, was "cordial".

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