In Bhagwant Mann vs Navjot Singh Sidhu, Wife Navjot Kaur’s Big Revelation

In Bhagwant Mann vs Navjot Singh Sidhu, Wife Navjot Kaur's Big Revelation
In Bhagwant Mann vs Navjot Singh Sidhu, Wife Navjot Kaur's Big Revelation

Bhagwant Mann vs Navjot Singh Sidhu: In a statement, Navjot Kaur, wife of Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu, claimed that her husband once wanted Bhagwant Mann as Chief Minister, but he refused to betray his party.

Bhagwant Mann and Navjot Sidhu were engaged in a war of words at the time of her claims.

She tweeted, “CM, Bhagwant Mann: I’m revealing a secret from your treasure hunt in a series of tweets. Your very own senior most leader had wanted Navjot Sidhu to lead Punjab. This very honourable chair has been given to you by your big brother, Mr Navjot Sidhu.

Sidhu was approached by Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal through various channels to be the state’s leader by AAP national convener Kejriwal.

Bhagwant Mann became Punjab’s Chief Minister after the AAP’s landslide victory in February 2022.

As a result of his passion for Punjab, Mr Kejriwal approached him through various channels to lead Punjab. The reason he gave you a chance was he didn’t want to betray his party and thought the two strong heads might clash when it came to uplift Punjab,” Ms Kaur claimed.

According to her, Navjot Sidhu’s only concern is the welfare of Punjab, and he has sacrificed everything for it.  “You tread on the path of TRUTH and he shall support you but the moment you deviate he will target you left and right. “He lives the dream of golden Punjab state 24 hours a day,” she said.

BJP leader Bhagwant Mann had attacked opposition parties on Sunday for rallying in Jalandhar in support of the Punjabi daily editor under surveillance.

A reaction to it was made by Navjot Sidhu, who said, “Those who make democracy a vigilance system at the dictate of Delhi are now lecturing Punjab on morality.”

On June 1, several leaders from across party lines gathered at the Punjabi newspaper Ajit’s office in Jalandhar to support its editor-in-chief Barjinder Singh Hamdard, who is being investigated for alleged misuse of funds while building the 315 crore Jang-E-Azadi memorial.