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Amarinder Singh should resign immediately from his Patiala assembly seat and exhort his wife Praneet Kaur MP to follow suit to test waters of popularity at the ground level.

I wish to remind Capt. Amarinder Singh about the genius of an old English axiom that ‘Charity begins at home’. This old saying carries a great social message for Capt. Amarinder Singh who has decided to launch his own political outfit with the blessings of the BJP, before he does that he is expected to  show some erudition of  political morality and resign forthwith from his Patiala  Assembly constituency  from where he was elected on the Congress ticket for ,  four consecutive terms.

Thereafter, just to test his popularity and hold in his ‘own family’, Capt. Amarinder Singh should ask his wife Mrs. Praneet Kaur to resign from Patiala Lok Sabha constituency, in deference to his wishes, from where she was even elected four times as congress candidate. Then to know the ground realities, he should ask his cronies from Patiala and elsewhere, who are holding top positions in the Government or semi-governmental institutions, to resign expressing their solidarity with the outgoing Chief Minister, which no one has expressed so far.

It is pertinent to note that ever since Capt. Amrinder Singh has been removed as Chief Minister of Punjab and replaced with Charanjit Singh Channi, he is grumbling unnecessarily and spitting venom, accusing  the Congress President Mrs. Sonia Gandhi for his downright humiliation. People of Punjab are wary of his sinister designs and know very well that currently he is in the ‘cluster group’ of  Mr. Amit Shah and Mr. Ajit Doval, Home Minister of India and National Security Advisor respectively, and seeking their generous guidance to launch his own party in Punjab, that may suit the interior strategies of the BJP  which could fulfil their hidden agenda for Punjab.

I wonder how the ‘Stationary Former Chief Minister of Punjab’, Capt. Amarinder Singh, who has not visited Punjab for more than four years as CM , is now thumping his chest and  swaggeringly boasting that he will not rest at all and would go all out for the farmers and people of Punjab.

I wish to ask him that ‘You remained contented in running your government through your ‘Facebook page’; and you persistently endured pleasures within the confines of your ordained cherished sojourn of ‘Siswan Farm’  in ‘pleasantly cozy companies’ for more than four year like a  ‘Silk-Worm’ in a cocoon, how come your consciousness has suddenly woken up, out of deep slumbers and for what bargain with Amit Shah and Ajit Doval, when you did not care to meet the Prime Minister or Home Minister, even once as Chief Minister, to discuss the farmer’s issues.

Capt. Amarinder Singh should stop befooling farmers under the garb of his bargaining for ‘Governorship’ at the cost of the  sacrifices made by the farmers . I wish to ask him that as to how suddenly farmer’s issues have become so dear to him now, when on the contrary he never cared to visit and express his condolences to any of the family of more than 700 farmers, who lost their lives during the farmers struggle.

The height of his insensitivity is evident from the disparaging fact, that he being EX-Army Captain and Chief Minister of Punjab never attended the cremation of any soldiers to pay his tributes to the martyrs; who lay-down their lives, for protecting the sovereignty of our Nation.

About the author:
Bir Devinder Singh

Bir Devinder Singh The writer, Bir Devinder Singh is a former deputy speaker of Punjab legislative assembly. He is an avid writer and a speaker. He started his political career from All India Sikh Students federation and later joined the congress party. He was elected as MLA twice and joined Shiromani Akali Dal (Taksali) in 2019.

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