With still no clarity on whether Navjot Singh Sidhu, cricketer-turned legislator, will join the Aam Aadmi Party or not, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said that Mr. Sidhu had requested more opportunity to take a choice. Mr. Kejriwal, who is additionally the AAP convenor, had met Mr. Sidhu a week ago in the wake of coming back from a 10-day vipasana session at Dharamshala at his official home.
Its my obligation to advance our side. We have most noteworthy most prominent respect for this ckt legend. He met me a week ago. Didn't put any pre-condition. He needs time to think. Lets regard that. He is a v gud individual n a ckt legend. My admiration for him wud proceed whether he joins or not (Sic)", Mr. Kejriwal said.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Thursday had said it was Mr. Sidhu's choice to stop the Rajya Sabha and it would be his call to join the Arvind Kejriwal-drove party. According to media reports, Mr. Sidhu's joining the AAP is deferred since his requests for being made the gathering's boss clerical hopeful in Punjab and ticket for his significant other Navjot Kaur in the forthcoming Assembly races have not been yielded.
Gossipy tidbits are overflowing that Mr. Sidhu will inevitably join the AAP in front of the Punjab Assembly surveys yet his part is up in the air. Sources in the AAP said that Mr. Sidhu would not be their CM applicant and he would crusade for the gathering. Party pioneer Ashutosh said Mr. Kejriwal's tweets had put a conclusion to all theory.
"His tweets were an endeavor to end media hypothesis. It is not a good fit for any sort of allegations being leveled against Mr. Sidhu." No conditions laid repeating Mr. Kejriwal's announcement, he said the Delhi Chief Minister had unmistakably said that he had a meeting with him and that there were no conditions laid. "Mr. Sidhu has requested some more opportunity to thoroughly consider all situations," he included.