Sense of resentment among party leaders: Pargat | Chandigarh News
Chandigarh: Continuing his criticism of the Chief Minister of Punjab, Amarinder Singh, former minister and Congress MLA Pargat singh asserted Monday that there was a “feeling of resentment among the leaders of the party”.
Asked whether the party’s voting prospects could be affected if it was led by Amarinder in the next assembly polls, Jalandhar Cantt’s MP replied: “What will happen to other “, but was quick to add that it was up to the high command to decide. He said that when speaking to reporters on Monday.
In a statement by party MP Surjit Singh Dhiman about the growing concern within the party, Pargat said, “There is a feeling of resentment. I have also heard what Dhiman said. not to say that it becomes difficult for us to face the people.Other deputies should also speak, that’s what democracy is.
When asked whether certain members of the party were looking for a change of leadership in the state, “that’s what I said that day …”.
Meanwhile, Pargat said he maintained his charge that the CM’s political adviser had threatened him, and said there had been no rebuttal from the chief minister’s office.
PARGAT MEETS THE MINISTERS
Pargat Singh also met cabinet ministers Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Charanjit Singh Channi. However, sources close to Randhawa said the minister was in his office and met with Channi, Pargat and Finance Minister Manpreet Singh Badal about routine office work. Pargat later said: “The meeting of three to four party leaders is not something new. Don’t read too much about it.” Responding to a question about the Women’s Commission which revived the case against Channi, Pargat said Channi came to see him for a general interview.