IndiaFormer minister Balbir Singh Sidhu wept bitterly, asked- 'After what fault I...

Former minister Balbir Singh Sidhu wept bitterly, asked- ‘After what fault I was removed from the cabinet?’

New Delhi
In Punjab, on Sunday, in the cabinet expansion of CM Charanjit Singh Channi, where some new faces were given place, many old veterans were discharged. Senior Congress leaders Balbir Singh Sidhu and Gurpreet Singh Kanger are also among the only strong leaders whose chair has been lost. Both these leaders have asked for what crime they have been punished.

The previous cabinet led by Captain Amarinder Singh included both Balbir and Gurpreet. He has questioned the high command that what was wrong with him that he was shown the way out of the cabinet.

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Shortly before the expansion of the Channi cabinet, the two leaders held a joint press conference. During this, Balbir could not control himself and started crying sobbingly. He asked the high command, ‘What is my fault after all?’

Balbir said, ‘I want to ask the party high command, what was the mistake of me that I was thrown out of the cabinet.’ Balbir was the Health Minister in the previous cabinet. He said, ‘He should have asked me to resign. I would gladly give it.’

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Balbir said that the people of his area are very disappointed. He does not have the pain of going to the ministry, nor is he greedy for power. It is a pity that what was the need to insult. What was the need to embarrass us after all, he said.

Balbir said that when the second wave of Corona was at its peak, he was engaged in the service of the people day and night. Despite this, he was not given a place in the cabinet. Along with Balbir, Kangar also asked the same question to the high command.

Gurpreet Singh had the power department. He claimed that he was working hard. Late at night, he used to listen to people’s problems related to electricity and try to solve them. When he had the revenue department, he had digitized the entire record.

Charanjit Singh Channi was sworn in as the Chief Minister of Punjab on 20 September. Six days later, on Sunday, the ministers were sworn in as part of the cabinet expansion. Governor Banwarilal Purohit administered the oath to all the ministers at the Raj Bhavan in Chandigarh.

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