Choice to part methods last: Amarinder Singh on reports of backend talks with Congress

Decision To Part Ways Final: Amarinder Singh On Reports Of
Image Source: PTI/FILE Choice to part methods last: Amarinder Singh on reports of

backend talks with Congress Refuting talks reports of backend talks with the Congress, former Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh on Saturday said that his decision to leave the party is final. Singh was responding to some media reports which suggested that some Congress leaders are engaged in backend speak to encourage him to stay in the celebration. The previous Punjab CM reiterated that he will quickly launch his political celebration and said he wished to develop “a strong collective force in the interest of Punjab”.

“Reports of backend talks with @INCIndia are incorrect. The time for rapprochement is over. The decision to part ways with the celebration was taken after much idea and is last. I’m grateful to (Congress president) Sonia Gandhi ji for her support but will not remain in Congress now,” tweeted Singh’s media consultant pricing quote the former chief minister and included, “I will soon release my own party and will hold talks for seat sharing with @BJP4India (BJP), breakaway Akali factions and others for the Punjab (assembly) elections in 2022 once farmers’ issue is dealt with. I want to construct strong collective force in interest of Punjab and its farmers,” Singh stated.

Farmers, mainly from Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, are protesting at Delhi border points versus 3 main farm laws, which were enacted in September last year, and are requiring these be repealed.

The former chief minister on Wednesday had said he would launch his brand-new political celebration as and when the Election Commission clears the name and the sign He had also slammed the Congress while claiming that numerous individuals from the party are in touch with him. Punjab goes to surveys early next year.

Singh had previously stated that he would quickly release his own party, and that he was enthusiastic of a seat modification with the BJP supplied the ongoing farmers’ stir against farm laws was dealt with in their interest.

He had resigned as the Punjab chief minister last month amid a bitter power tussle with Punjab Congress chief Navjot Sidhu.

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