- Efforts are being made to end the dispute between Amarinder and Sidhu in Punjab
- Congress’s Punjab in-charge Harish Rawat had said that if needed, there will be a change in the cabinet
- Now Harish Rawat said – the question of cabinet change does not arise
The tussle between Captain Amarinder Singh and Navjot Singh Sidhu in Punjab is not taking its name to end. Assembly elections are approaching and Punjab in-charge Harish Rawat is also unable to bring peace in the state. New statements of leaders are coming out every day. Harish Rawat’s statement came a day ago that if needed, there will be a change in the cabinet in Punjab, now he has said that there is no need for a change in the cabinet.
Congress in-charge Harish Rawat, who arrived to end the discord between the ruling Congress of Punjab, met CM Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday. He reached their Siswan farm house. Several MLAs supporting Amarinder already present there met Rawat and raised the demand to stop Sidhu’s rhetoric.
Will report to high command
After the MLAs, Rawat met Capt. The meeting between the two leaders lasted for about three hours. After this Rawat said that the talks of both the parties have been heard. A report in this regard will be given to the high command.
There was talk of change in the cabinet
Rawat ruled out the possibility of change of leadership in Punjab and said that if needed, the Chief Minister can expand the cabinet after talks with the high command. It is within their jurisdiction. Rawat said that he has spoken to about two dozen leaders of power and organization. Everyone wants Congress party to come to power again. Any estrangement between someone will be resolved soon.
‘There will be no change in the cabinet’
On Thursday, Harish Rawat said that the question of change in the cabinet does not arise. Although he accepted that all is not well in Punjab but soon everything will be fine.
Harish Rawat’s meeting