PM Modi to Campaign for Sikh Dominated Seats in Punjab

Before the Punjab Assembly elections, former CM Captain Amarinder Singh has started playing political bets.
PM Modi to Campaign for Sikh Dominated Seats in Punjab

Before the Punjab Assembly elections, former CM Captain Amarinder Singh has started playing political bets. He said that he would seek votes for the BJP in Uttar Pradesh (UP) and Uttarakhand in the next Viss elections. He will campaign for BJP in Sikh-dominated areas.

PM Narendra Modi to also come to Punjab

The Captain also said that I want PM Narendra Modi to also come to Punjab and campaign for him. It is easy for me to attack Congress. I don't have any problem with it. The political system also acts like lawyers. On the side you are on, you have to defend them and attack the front.

Gehlot is the next target of Congress

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Captain Amarinder Singh said that Congress cannot tolerate strong leadership. For this reason, his next target will now be Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot. He praised Gehlot.

I am not CM face

Captain Amarinder Singh said that he will not be the CM face in the next Vis election. In Punjab, he will fight the elections together with the broken group of BJP and Akali Dal. All three will have different election symbols.

I will not go with Akali Dal

Captain Amarinder Singh said that he would not go with the Akali Dal under any circumstances. I know their way of working better. He said that I have spoken to Union Home Minister Amit Shah. BJP is negotiating with the group leaving the Akali Dal. There was no talk of an alliance with the Akali Dal of the BJP again.

Amarinder, who has formed his own party

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Captain Amarinder Singh said that he knew Sonia Gandhi very well. Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi have known him since they were children. He was stabbed in the back. Because of this, he left Congress. After this, the Captain has formed his own Punjab Lok Congress Party, through which he will contest the assembly elections in alliance with the BJP.

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