Punjab

former PPCC president to refrain from interfering in matters -Sukh Sarkaria ,Tripat Bajwa

Devinder Singh Kohli /kaumimarg .com | November 09, 2016 05:14 PM
former PPCC president to refrain from interfering in matters -Sukh Sarkaria ,Tripat  Bajwa

Chandigarh

Lambasting him for his remarks on ticket allocation, the Punjab Congress on Wednesday warned party’s Rajya Sabha MP Partap Singh Bajwa against trying to encroach on the prerogative of the party leadership.Asking him to keep out of business that was no concern of his, party leaders accused Bajwa of trying to intrude into the domain of the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee (PPCC), led by Captain Amarinder Singh, as well as the All India Congress Committee (AICC) led by president Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul Gandhi.

 In a statement issued here, senior Punjab Congress leaders Sukhinder Randhawa, Sukh Sarkaria and Tripat Rajinder Singh Bajwa urged the former PPCC president to refrain from interfering in matters that are the party leadership’s privilege.They said that Bajwa had no business meddling in ticket related matters and should, instead, concentrate on his own work. As a seasoned politician, he should know where to draw the line when speaking in public about party matters, they said, adding that Bajwa should keep out of things that were no concern of his.

 The PPCC leaders called upon Bajwa to stick to his primary task of nurturing his constituency and helping take the Punjab Congress’ campaign for the Assembly polls effectively forward instead of indulging in issuing statements on matters that are beyond the realm of his profile.Sukhjinder, Sukh and Tripat further said Bajwa was clearly taking undue advantage of the party’s democratic functioning in what can only be perceived as a bid to create unnecessary problems in the matter of ticket allotment, which was the purview of the party’s central leadership, along with its state leadership. The decision to allot tickets is the prerogative of the party president, Sonia Gandhi, they said, adding that Bajwa had absolutely no locus standi in the matter

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