Justice in sacrilege case must counterbalance anti-functioning: Navjot Singh Sidhu: The Tribune India
Tribune press service
New Delhi, October 26
Punjab Congress President Navjot Singh Sidhu said on Tuesday that justice in the case involving the sacrilege of Guru Granth Sahib was essential to compensate for the anti-titular factor in the state ahead of the 2022 elections and for that to happen. to happen, the question of the appointments of DGP and AG was necessary. to be resolved as soon as possible.
Speaking at the meeting of ACEC Secretaries General, Officials and State Presidents held here today under the leadership of Congress Leader Sonia Gandhi to discuss strategy and of the problems of the upcoming state elections, Sidhu said, “The Punjabis are emotional people. For the Punjabis, justice in the sacrilege case was paramount.
It is also learned that Sidhu pointed out that although much of the anti-functioning inherited from the time of former chief minister Amarinder Singh has been addressed, “the issue of sacrilege had to be resolved as a matter of priority for the rest of the challenges “.
Sidhu further mentioned during the meeting the need for “carefully calibrated appointments of the Punjab’s DGP and GA in the context of justice in the sacrilege case”. An AICC source quoted Sidhu as saying that the issue of “the appointment of the DGP and GA in Punjab will hopefully be resolved at the earliest in the interests of justice for the people of the state. “.
The meeting was attended by Rahul Gandhi, AICC Secretary General Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and other Secretaries General of State and Heads of the CPC.
Hope for an early end to the dead end
- An AICC source quoted CCP leader Navjot Singh Sidhu as saying that the issue of “the appointment of the DGP and the GA in Punjab will hopefully be resolved at the earliest in the interests of the justice for the people of the State ”.
- The meeting was attended by Rahul Gandhi, AICC Secretary General Priyanka Gandhi Vadra and other State Secretaries General and Heads of State Parties.