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Sunil Jakhar’s prediction came true, had already said Navjot Sidhu will not survive even till the elections

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Navjot Singh Sidhu has resigned from the post of Punjab PCC within 6 months. His sudden decision has shocked everyone. But Punjab Congress leader Sunil Jakhar had already predicted his resignation.

Senior Congress leader and CM candidate after Captain Amarinder Singh’s resignation from the post of CM Sunil Jakhar had predicted during a press conference on Monday that the way things are going in the party, Sidhu does not think Will support the party till 2022 assembly elections.

Jakhar is a strong leader of Congress in Punjab and on former CM Captain Amarinder vs Sidhu he had said that Captain will field a strong candidate against Sidhu in the upcoming assembly elections 2022.

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Despite opposition from Captain Amarinder Singh, Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi reposed faith in Navjot Singh Sidhu. After which Captain Amarinder, who had faith in the party for years, had to leave the post of CM. But now Sidhu has surprised the high command by resigning from the post of state president.

Let us inform that on July 23, Navjot Singh Sidhu took over the chair of the state president in the Congress party. But within a few months, he submitted his resignation to the party through social media, that too when Rahul and Sonia Gandhi were returning to Delhi after a holiday from Shimla.

Sunil Jakhar is considered a Hindu face in Punjab Congress. After the resignation of Captain Amarinder Singh, Jakhar’s name was also included in the race for CM in the state. Jakhar had refused to contest the elections under Sidhu’s leadership at that time. Then Sidhu played an important role in making Charanjit Singh Channi the CM. But now suddenly his resignation is not being embraced by the party high command. It is being told that on the behest of the high command, CM Charanjit Singh Channi himself has left for Patiala to persuade Sidhu.

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