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Explain 'anti-party activities': Congress to Amarinder Singh's wife
Punjab Congress crisis

Explain 'anti-party activities': Congress to Amarinder Singh's wife

| @indiablooms | 25 Nov 2021, 12:12 am

Chandigarh: Congress MP Preneet Kaur, who is former Punjab Chief Amarinder Singh's wife, has been asked by party leadership in the state to explain reports of her "anti-party" activities failing which disciplinary action would be taken against her by the party.

In a letter to her by Congress's Punjab in-charge Harish Choudhary, he wrote that they have been "continuously receiving" reports from the media and party leaders from Patiala about such activities.

Amarinder Singh, who has launched his own political party, has vowed to dent his former party in the state.

"We are also made aware of your open announcements in the media about siding with your husband's party," Choudhary said in this letter.

Captain Singh floated the Punjab Lok Congress earlier this month and has said it would contest all 117 seats in the upcoming state assembly elections.

He also informed that he would consider a seat-sharing arrangement with the BJP if the three contentious farm laws were repealed.

"Captain Amarinder Singh has always stood by the commitment he makes. Main apne parivaar de naal haan (I am with my family)," Preneet had reportedly said speaking to the media at an event in Samana.

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