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Amarinder will form his own party, may tie-up with BJP

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Ground Report | New Delhi: Amarinder with BJP; Former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh is going to form his own political party and may forge an alliance with the BJP in the state. Hindustan Times, quoting sources, that the Captain and the BJP can make arrangements for seat-sharing in the state, which can change the electoral scenario of the coming elections.

The newspaper writes that when he wanted to know the opinion of the former chief minister on this news, he neither confirmed nor denied it. Recently, the Captain met Home Minister Amit Shah and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval.

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However, sources close to Captain could not say whether the proposed alliance is about breaking farmers’ protest against three central agricultural laws. Captain has also said that he does not do politics according to the statements of the media. He said that ‘I fight in the field, in front of the people.’

“I will fight my battles in the field, in the people’s court,” he said, adding that he intended to travel to Delhi again and with senior Congress leaders (known as G-23) Those who are upset over the dilapidated condition of the party and the manner in which its affairs are being conducted.

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Technically, the Captain is still in the Congress, but he has said that he does not intend to remain in the party. A formal parting can happen when their political plans are completed. “I would ask G-23 to reach out to people instead of taking to the field, expressing concern on social media,” he said. Similarly, their access to disaffected leaders has to be assessed within Congress as most of them seek organizational change and not an exit from the party.

Singh denied that anyone from Congress had approached him after it became public that he would resign. But a noted party functionary revealed that (in response to the captain’s media reports that he was feeling humiliated), Congress President Sonia Gandhi texted him to convey that she wished him well; And that he didn’t intend to make her feel the way he did. He reportedly said that this was not his way as he is unable to humiliate people or coworkers.

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