I don't have ego tussles: Channi
"Nothing has been done intentionally. If anybody has an objection to any appointment, then I am not rigid on that... I don't have ego tussles... I told him the party is supreme, let's talk," CM Channi told reporters.
Channi reaches out to Sidhu
Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Channi has reached out to Navjot Singh Sidhu and suggested that they discuss the issues he is objecting to. Channi has indicated that he is ready to be flexible.
Power bills to be waived off
Pending power bills of up to 2 kv will be paid by the government: CM Channi
Sidhu slammed DGP appointment
In an apparent reference to senior IPS officer Iqbal Preet Singh Sahota, who has been given the additional charge of the director-general of Punjab Police, Sidhu said, “When I see those who gave a clean chit to Badals six years back…such persons have been given the responsibility for delivering justice."
Sidhu questioned appointment of DGP
Sidhu also raised questions over the appointments of the director-general of police (DGP) and the state's advocate general.
I will never compromise with my ethics: Sidhu
I will never compromise with my ethics and morals. Currently, what I see is a compromise with issues and agendas in Punjab. I can't disguise high command nor can I let them be disguised: Sidhu
Sidhu's resignation has not been accepted: Reports
The Congress high-command is reportedly unhappy with Sidhu for resigning as Punjab Congress chief. According to sources, the resignation has not been accepted and the top leadership has not spoken to him yet.
Punjab Cabinet meeting
Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi is holding a state Cabinet meeting at State Secretariat today.
Will fight for truth and rights till the end: Sidhu
Welfare of Punjabis
I will always fight for the welfare of Punjabis, will always stand in their support: Sidhu
Sidhu's video statement on Twitter
My 17-year political career is for a cause. My objective in politics is to improve the lives of people in Punjab, to make a difference, and to stand firm: Sidhu
Sidhu wrote a letter addressed to Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday and said that he quit the post of Punjab PCC president as he "can never compromise on Punjab's future."