Sidhu badly surrounded by advisors, Manish Tewari said – leave Congress such people, they do not have the right to live in the country


Punjab Congress President Navjot Singh Sidhu is badly surrounded by his advisors. Now senior Congress leader Manish Tewari on Monday urged the party leadership to introspect on the alleged controversial remarks of two of Sidhu’s advisers. At the same time, he has also asked whether such people should be in the party who do not consider Jammu and Kashmir to be a part of India and whose tendencies are pro-Pakistan.

On the remarks of Pyaar Lal Garg and Malvinder Singh Mali, advisors to Punjab Congress chief Navjot S Sidhu, on Pakistan and Kashmir, Congress leader Manish Tewari asked, “Do such people even have a right to live in the country? To stay in the party, far from being a matter.” ‘

He made this statement regarding the alleged remarks of both Sidhu’s advisors. Former Union Minister Tiwari tweeted, “I urge Congress General Secretary and Punjab in-charge Harish Rawat to seriously introspect about those who do not consider J&K a part of India and have a clear pro-Pakistan attitude. Should he be a part of the Punjab unit of Congress? This is a joke of all those who have shed their blood for India.

Pyare Lal Garg had questioned the criticism of Pakistan made by Chief Minister Amarinder Singh. On the other hand, Mali spoke on the issue of abrogation of Article 370 of the Constitution, under which the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir got a special status. He had reportedly said that if Kashmir was a part of India then what was the need to remove Articles 370 and 35A.

Earlier on Sunday, Amarinder Singh asked Sidhu to keep his advisors under control over these alleged remarks.


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