Highlights

  • Captain: Sidhu has been a loner, can never be a team player
  • Ex-CM: Sidhu unstable, can't be trusted with running Punjab
  • 'Sidhu's friendship with Imran, ISI chief a serious threat' 

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After calling Sidhu "unstable" after his sudden resignation as Punjab Congress chief, Amarinder Singh said that he has "known Sidhu since his childhood and he has been a loner and can never be a team player"

After Navjot Singh Sidhu shock reverse-sweep at the Congress, his bete noire Captain Amarinder Singh is busy delivering yorker after yorker at the cricketer-turned-politician.

After calling Sidhu "unstable" after his sudden resignation as Punjab Congress chief, the former CM said that he has "known Sidhu since his childhood and he has been a loner and can never be a team player".

Amarinder doubled down on his attack, calling Sidhu "unstable and dangerous", who cannot be entrusted with the task of running Punjab".

Also watch: Reasons why Sidhu may have quit as Punjab Congress chief

Punjab is a sensitive state sharing over 600 km of border with a hostile Pakistan, said Singh, adding that "Sidhu's close links with his cricketer friend Imran Khan, who is now Pakistan Prime Minister and ISI chief Qamar Javed Bajwa are a serious threat to India's national security".

Describing Sidhu as a "flamboyant" speaker, the former Chief Minister said his entertaining talk at public meetings was all froth and no substance. "People don't vote for buffoonery", he said, adding that no one takes him seriously.

Also Watch: In video, Navjot Singh Sidhu gives reasons for shock resignation as Punjab Congress chief

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