Amarinder Singh Meets Amit Shah: Congress in Shock; Amarinder to meet Amit Shah, meet Nadda

New Delhi: Former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, who resigned as Chief Minister, will meet with Union Interior Minister Amit Shah and BJP National Chairman JP Nadda. According to national media reports, the meeting will take place this afternoon.


Amarinder is reported to leave Chandigarh for Delhi on Tuesday afternoon and hold talks with the national leadership of the BJP. But there has been no official confirmation on this. Congress has yet to respond to reports that Amarinder will hold talks with BJP leaders. Following the resignation of Punjab Prime Minister Amarinder, who is also a high-ranking leader, there was a strong campaign of talks with the BJP.

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Amarinder’s resignation came after the national leadership of Congress demanded that he step down as Punjab’s chief minister. The Chief Minister retires in disgrace. He told reporters that he had spoken by phone with the president of Congress, Sonia Gandhi.

The captain was absent from the swearing-in ceremony of Charanjit Singh Channi as Chief Minister of Punjab replacing Amarinder. Amarinder was absent from the function when Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and others were present. Punjab PCC Chairman Navjot Singh Sidhu and AICC Secretary General Harish Rawat were also present on the occasion.

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With the Assembly elections just months away, the national congressional leadership is watching to see what will happen to Amarinder, who has a strong influence in the Punjab Congress and among the people. The national leadership is taking care not to escalate the explosions in the party following the resignation of Amarinder Singh. Apart from Kerala, Amarinder had to resign as Chief Minister after the High Command intervened vigorously in Punjab as well.

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