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Amarinder Singh: Floating new celebration, open to alliance with BJP ahead of Punjab polls | Latest News India

“The battle for Punjab’s future is on. Will soon announce the launch of my own political party to serve the interests of Punjab & its people, including our farmers who’ve been fighting for their survival for over a year,” Amarinder Singh stated.

Former Punjab chief minister and Congress chief Amarinder Singh stated on Tuesday he deliberate to quickly announce his political celebration and was hopeful of a seat association with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) if the farmers’ concern was resolved.

Singh resigned because the Punjab CM final month after a bitter tussle with Navjot Singh Sidhu amid infighting within the state Congress. The celebration later picked Charanjit Singh Channi as the subsequent chief minister of the state.

“The battle for Punjab’s future is on. Will soon announce the launch of my own political party to serve the interests of Punjab & its people, including our farmers who’ve been fighting for their survival for over a year,” Singh stated Tuesday.

HT reported earlier this month that Singh was set to launch his personal political celebration and will even think about an alliance or seat adjustment with the BJP. The growth might alter radically the electoral panorama within the upcoming polls in Punjab. After resigning because the Punjab CM, Singh introduced his intent to give up the Congress.

Singh stated he won’t relaxation till he secures the longer term of “my people and my state”. “Punjab needs political stability and protection from internal and external threats. I promise my people I will do what it takes to ensure its peace and security, which is today at stake,” he was quoted as saying by his media adviser, Raveen Thukral.

“Hopeful of a seat arrangement with BJP in 2022 Punjab Assembly polls if Farmers Protest is resolved in farmers’ interest. Also looking at alliance with like-minded parties such as breakaway Akali groups, particularly Dhindsa & Brahmpura factions,” Singh stated.

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