Persevering with his aggressive marketing campaign in opposition to the Charanjit Singh Channi-led Punjab authorities, state Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu on Thursday declared that he’ll go on a starvation strike if the experiences on medicine menace and the 2015 sacrilege of the Guru Granth Sahib weren’t made public.
“If the federal government doesn’t open the drug experiences, I’ll go on a starvation strike. We have to present why the earlier Chief Minister (Captain Amarinder Singh) sat on these experiences. Now this authorities must open these experiences. The courtroom has not barred the state authorities from opening the experiences,” Sidhu stated whereas addressing a rally in Moga.
#WATCH | Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu says he’ll go on a starvation strike in opposition to the state govt if it does not make public the experiences on medicine menace & the sacrilege incident pic.twitter.com/xfb0cb2xuG
— ANI (@ANI) November 25, 2021
Sidhu had cornered the earlier Captain-led authorities over the problem of alleged inaction on the drug concern within the state. The year-long feud between Captain and Sidhu finally led to the previous’s resignation from the place of chief minister.
Nevertheless, Captain’s removing didn’t pacify Sidhu’s aspirations to take a seat on the highest place because the Congress’ high management gave the state’s reigns by the hands of Channi, leaving the cricketer-turned-politician sulking.