Congress MP Manish Tewari on Sunday hit out at Punjab Congress Chief Navjot Singh Sidhu over his assertion on commerce with Pakistan and mentioned that it’s “ineffective and futile” to carry any trade-related talks with Pakistan till the neighbouring nation stops its anti-India actions.
Talking to ANI, the Lok Sabha MP from Sri Anandpur Sahib mentioned, “Till Pakistan stops sending terrorists to India and dropping medicine and weapons in our areas through drones, it’s ineffective and futile to carry any trade-related talks with Pakistan.”
Whereas talking to the media right here in Amritsar, Mr Sidhu had mentioned, “If our friendship is elevated with Pakistan then our enterprise may even be elevated. I like our former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s scheme when he began Aman Eman Bus Sewa from India to Pakistan.”
The cricketer-turned-politician additional requested that if the Karachi border is open, why they can’t open the Attari border for enterprise.
Responding to the doable alliance of BJP’s with Captain Amarinder Singh’s Punjab Lok Congress, Mr Tewari mentioned, “Captain has been a Congress chief for 20 years and has been the Chief Minister of Punjab for 9 and half years. In fact, the alliance will impression the politics within the State.”
Captain Amarinder Singh, final month, launched his new political occasion after quitting Congress to struggle the forthcoming Meeting polls within the State and is hopeful of a tie-up with BJP if the continued protest by farmer unions in opposition to three farm legal guidelines is resolved “in farmers’ curiosity”.
Punjab is scheduled to go to the Meeting polls in 2022.
Within the 2017 Punjab Meeting polls, Congress gained an absolute majority within the state by profitable 77 seats and ousted the SAD-BJP authorities after 10 years.
Aam Aadmi Get together had emerged because the second-largest occasion profitable 20 seats in 117-member Punjab Legislative Meeting. The Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) might solely handle to win 15 seats whereas the BJP secured 3 seats.
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