Punjab: Captain Amarinder Singh may form a new party, a dozen leaders in touch, announced in next 15 days

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Amarinder Singh: After Captain meets with Home Minister Amit Shah, speculation had intensified that the former CM might join BJP. However, he dismissed these speculations.

Chandigarh. Former Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, who is upset with the Congress, can announce his new party soon. It is reported that in the next 15 days, the captain can make a big decision. At the same time, it is also being said that they will aim to repeal three new agricultural laws. It is reported that many Congress leaders are in touch with the former CM. Earlier, he reached the capital Delhi and met Union Home Minister Amit Shah and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval.

According to the India Today report, about a dozen Congress leaders are in touch with Capt. At the moment, the captain is discussing with his supporters the next step. There are speculations that he may also meet some farmer leaders in Punjab. After the meeting between Amarinder Singh and Home Minister Shah on Wednesday, speculation had intensified that the former CM may join the Bharatiya Janata Party. However, Amarinder Singh himself had denied this.

After a long meeting in Delhi, the Captain had said that he had come here to discuss agricultural laws with the Home Minister. He also said that he is no longer a part of the Congress party. Captain Congress leaders and Navjot Singh Sidhu have been attackers ever since he resigned from the post of CM. On Wednesday too, he said that he would not allow Sidhu to win in the assembly elections.