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Punjab Congress: Ministers And MLAs Want CM Amarinder Singh Out

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The Punjab Congress has landed into a new crisis as a recent meeting states that many members have lost faith in the current Chief Minister. 4 cabinet members and two dozen MLAs announced that they wanted him out, as ”he didn’t fulfill the promises he made back in 2017”. The promises of providing justice in police firing cases and arresting the big fish of drug rackets were not fulfilled, which led to trust issues amongst the legislators and cabinet ministers. The loss of faith resulted in this meeting of all members to discuss the future of the party.

Cabinet Ministers Tript Rajinder Bajwa, Charanjit Singh Channi, Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, and Sukhbinder Sarkaria expressed their disappointment and urged that Amarinder Singh be replaced as the Chief Minister.

Crisis In Punjab Congress

The ongoing crisis of 4 months took a quick escalation in Punjab Congress when 34 MLAs and four cabinet members openly expressed their dissent against the Punjab CM.

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The meeting was held at the residence of Cabinet Minister Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa, and a statement was released that some MLAs and ex-MLAs who were present at the meeting supported Amarinder.

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The CMO released a statement, accusing these party members of trying to trigger a rebellion in the party ahead of the 2022 Assembly elections, and persuaded the party leadership to take immediate actions to stop this crisis.

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