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I am not a slave of Congress party, but a disciplined worker, says Sunil Jakhar

By Jasleen Kaur -- April 26, 2022 1:12 pm -- Updated:April 26, 2022 1:13 pm

Chandigarh, April 26: Days after the Congress disciplinary committee issued a show-cause notice to party leader Sunil Jakhar for his reported derogatory statement against party leaders, the Congress leader expressed his displeasure over the party's action.

On April 11, Congress leaders KV Thomas and Sunil Jakhar were issued show-cause notices for breaking party discipline and were asked to reply within a week. Sunil Jakhar, however, has not yet presented any statement before the committee. Congress disciplinary committee member JP Aggarwal, had, however, said a decision on Jakhar was likely to be taken at the committee's meeting which was currently underway.

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Sunil Jakhar said he was very angry and upset with the attitude of the Congress Disciplinary Committee.

I am not a slave of Congress party, but a disciplined worker, says Sunil Jakhar

Jakhar, while giving his opinion on the notice of the disciplinary committee, said he was not a slave of the Congress party, but a disciplined worker.

Stating that he has a 50-year-old relationship with the Congress party, Jakhar said, "For years, I have acted as a disciplined worker of the Congress party," he said.

The Congress leader also expressed his displeasure over the Gandhi family, saying that if the party wanted to know anything from him, then core Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi, Rahul Gandhi, Priyanka Gandhi or any other senior Congress leader could have called him to know about the issue against which he had complained.

I am not a slave of Congress party, but a disciplined worker, says Sunil Jakhar

Expressing displeasure over the members of the disciplinary committee, Jakhar said that despite having an old relationship with most of the members of the committee, the party is trying to humiliate him in the eyes of the people.

Adding up, Sunil Jakhar said the committee could take whatever decision it wanted to take, but he was not ready to bow down.

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-PTC News

 

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