Navjot Singh Sidhu will be active again after long political silence, will go on strike with farmers

Navjot Singh Sidhu will once again be active in politics. Sidhu became active on Twitter after last 21 July 2019. In this, he talked about farmers and farmers. Pargat Singh's near him

21st September, 2020

Former cabinet minister Navjot Singh Sidhu, who has been away from political activities for a long time, will also sit in his dharna along with farmers. Though Sidhu has not made any disclosure about when he will do so, he has been close and Congress MLA Pargat Singh has said that Sidhu will join the farmers' dharna. Pargat said that I had spoken to him and he told me that wherever the farmers' movement takes place in the coming days, they will join it.

It is worth mentioning that Navjot Singh Sidhu had supported the farmers' struggle three days ago. Being active on Twitter after a quarter of a year, he commented on the farmers' issue in a shaire manner. Wrote that the war is speaking. He wrote that Punjab is with Punjabi and every Punjabi farmer.

Sidhu was active after 21 July 2019. He was silent on Twitter after resigning as minister. Two days ago, on the tweet in Punjabi, Navjot Sim Sidhu wrote that the soul of Punjab is healed of wounds of the body but not of the soul. Do not tolerate attacking our existence. The war of words speaks - Inquilab Zindabad. Punjab, Punjabiyat and with every Punjabi farmer.

Sidhu then made another tweet, in which he wrote, "Governments have been forgetting all their ages, dust was on their face, cleaning the mirror." Sidhu's tweet came at a time when farmers in the state Politics is being fiercely on the issue of

Let us tell, farmers all over Punjab are protesting against the farming bills. Patiala and Badal villages are paved, while farmers have called for a Punjab bandh on 25 September. Not only this, a rail stop from 24 to 26 has also been announced. In such a situation, where will Navjot Sidhu support the farmers. They have not opened their cards about this yet.

Category: India: Politics


Reported by:
Pankaj Prasad