Sidhu leaves from BJP
Chandigarh, Sep 14: Cricketer-turned-lawmaker Navjot Singh Sidhu today formally surrendered from BJP, days after he reported skimming of another “non-political” stage in survey bound Punjab.
Sidhu, who quit his Rajya Sabha enrollment on July 18, sent his acquiescence from BJP to gathering boss Amit Shah.
“I thusly leave from the essential participation of BJP. Long relationship (with BJP), difficult decision…my spouse, kids and gathering not, Punjab alone (comes) first. Punjab, Punjabiat and each Punjabi must win (sic),” Sidhu said in his letter.
Nonetheless, Sidhu’s significant other, the BJP MLA from Amritsar (East), hosts not surrendered from the get-together yet. “Dr Navjot Kaur has not yet surrendered from BJP,” a nearby partner of her said.
Sidhu’s political future has been a subject of hypothesis. Intially, there was a discussion of his joining AAP and turning into its face in the Assembly surveys one year from now, yet his intense assault against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has precluded it.
He had not surrendered from BJP regardless of drifting Awaaz-e-Punjab gathering prior this month.
The 52-year-old previous cricketer had spoken to Amritsar in the Lok Sabha somewhere around 2004 and 2014.
BJP chose not to handle him from Amritsar in the 2014 parliamentary decisions. The gathering handled now Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who lost to Amarinder Singh.