Congress leader demands dismissal, sedition case against Navjot Sidhu
Punjab Congress General Secretary Pawan Dewan has demanded dismissal of the Local Bodies Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu and registration of sedition case against him for trying to be the spokesperson for Pakistan. Dewan urged Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh to dismiss Sidhu as he had not only betrayed the country, but also hurt the sentiments of people across the country.
He also urged the Congress President Rahul Gandhi to expel Sidhu from the party. “Such traitors should have no place in the Congress party which has a history of laying sacrifices for the unity and integrity of the country right from Mahatama Gandhi, Indira Gandhi, Rajiv Gandhi and Beant Singh”, the Congress leader observed while suggesting that Sidhu should be packed off and dispatched back to the BJP.
He said, such senseless statements like those made by Sidhu only antagonise and alienate people from a nationalist party like Congress. He said, the party must dissociate itself from Sidhu’s statement before throwing him out. The PCC General Secretary said, Sidhu by defending Pakistan when the entire world knew Pakistan was behind the terror attack in Kashmir that killed 40 soldiers, had proved his loyalties more for Pakistan than his own country.
Dewan asked Sidhu that he should give up his Z-Plus Security ans the bulletproof vehicle and go to the border than preaching peace with Pakistan when that country was spilling the blood of our soldiers. We want bullet for the bullet and not bulletproof vehicles for the traitors like Sidhu, who are speaking the language of Pakistan while enjoying the perks and privileges of power”, the Congress leader said.