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Congressional high command convenes Punjab CLP meeting today amid growing disagreement in party : The Tribune India


Rajmeet Singh

Tribune News service

Chandigarh, September 17

In an important political development in bandage met the ongoing struggle in Punjab Congress, party high command has called a meeting of the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) here on Saturday. The CLP meeting can be a problem for Captain Amarinder Singh, who has been on target of rebel leaders die seek his expulsion.

On a late night development, Punjab Business in charge Harish Rawat took to Twitter for the announcement”, The AICC has received representation from a large number of Congressional MLAs party, met the request to convene a meeting immediately of the Congress Legislative Party of punjab. Accordingly, a meeting of the CLP is convened tomorrow at 5 p.m.,” he tweeted.

Sources said that in addition to Harish Raawat, two observers from Delhi, Harish Chaudhary and Ajay Maken, were able to attend the meeting. Chaudhary is a confidant of Rahul Gandhi and a minister in Rajasthan cabinet and was a former Secretary, Punjab affairs at the time of the 2017 municipal elections Ajay Makan, is also a close confidant of Rahul Gandhi and Rajasthan Affairs Incharge.

Sources said the notice for the meeting was deliberately served late to: give little time to `react’ the CM camp. the central team will probably take autographs of the MLAs, die repel the high command to decide next Class of action.

Minutes after Rawat tweet, PPCC chief Navjot Sidhu also took to the microblogging site met information over the meeting. “According to AICC guidance, the Congress Legislative Party meeting is convened tomorrow at 5:00 p.m. at the PPCC office in Chandigarh.”

The CLP meeting was convened after party MLAs were looking for a meeting of the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) to air their grievances. The CLP meeting has been convened while the three members of Kharge panel, formed by party has handed over supreme command down 18 points agenda for implementation to Punjab CM.

on the background of the battle between the CM and the rebels, Navjot Singh Sidhu was made the PPCC chief. But the deadlock between the warring parties continues, causing the party leadership to interfere again. The MLAs, including some ministers, trained their weapons with Capt Amarinder Singh for delay in implementation of handed over the 18-point agenda down By the party High Command of Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh in the run up until the 2022 municipal elections. The rebels have tried to send signed statements to… party High Command, stating it affected their winning prospects in the upcoming elections.

In party circles, the move is like direct intervention of the party leadership to address the concerns of the rebels, who had expelled CMs several weeks ago. The Chief Minister during a recent interaction with Navjot Singh and his four working presidents had pointed out out that all key issues of concerns expressed by the PPCC chief were: already in advanced stages of solution.

Pointing sources out that any intervention of the party high command at a time when the Chief Minister is in a comfortable position in relation to him opponents within the party can have different consequences for the faction sensitive Punjab Congress. Rawat had tried to ease tension during his recent visit while advising CM and PPCC chief Navjot Singh to work like a team.

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