Tribune News Service
New Delhi, December 17
BJP’s Punjab election incharge Gajendra Singh Shekhawat today met former CM Capt Amarinder Singh to chalk out the future course of action ahead of the Assembly elections next year.
Exuding confidence of a victory and reconfirming the saffron party’s alliance with the Punjab Lok Congress, Shekhawat said: “Capt Amarinder Singh, founder of the PLC, visited the Delhi residence today. Discussions with him reflected his long political experience. He has the interest of the people of Punjab in his heart. We had a pleasant exchange in this regard.”
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I have a special regard for Captain. BJP’s top leadership has already indicated we will fight the elections together. —Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, BJP leader
He further said: “I have a special regard for Captain. BJP’s top leadership has already indicated we will fight the elections together.”
Stating that the alliance would emerge victorious, Capt Amarinder said: “Met Union Minister and BJP incharge for Punjab Gajendra Singh Shekhawat to chalk out the future course of action ahead of the elections. We have formally announced a seat adjustment with the BJP for the elections.”
After resigning as the CM, Capt Amarinder Singh had quit the Congress and formed the Punjab Lok Congress for the elections early next year.
Capt, Shekhawat chalk out strategy