Raise issues at party forum, Dullo, Bajwa told - ECAS Punjab

Raise issues at party forum, Dullo, Bajwa told

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Rajmeet Singh
Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, September 29

Congress' Punjab affairs incharge Harish Rawat has expressed displeasure with senior party leaders Partap Singh Bajwa and Shamsher Singh Dullo for repeatedly raising the state's issues outside the party forum when these were already being followed by the top leadership.

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Harish Rawat, Punjab Affairs incharge

Bridging the gap

The leaders should raise their concerns at the party forum, before the top party leadership, if not in Punjab. Being senior leaders, both have access to party high command. I am here to bridge the gap between the leadership and party's rank and file.

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A former Uttarakhand Chief Minister, Rawat, who has been tasked by the party high command to iron out differences between top state party leaders, said both former PPCC presidents, Bajwa and Dullo, well understood the party's functioning. "They should raise their genuine concerns at the party forum, before the top party leadership, if not in Punjab. Being senior leaders, both have access to party high command."

After conducting one-to-one meetings with party MLAs, Rawat without referring to differences between the CM and party leaders Partap Bajwa, Shamsher Singh Dullo and Navjot Singh Sidhu said the political situation was conducive for the party, but it was crucial for leaders to put up a united face. "I am here to bridge the gap between the leadership and the party's rank and file," he said.

However, the Punjab affairs incharge said the case of Bajwa and Dullo couldn't be compared with that of Sidhu. "With limited experience about party's political structure, he took some time to adjust his way of working. He is an asset. He will be judiciously used in the run up to the 2022 elections."

Refusing to divulge details about the feedback from the MLAs, Rawat said it was unfortunate that the new body of the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee had not been announced. "I am trying to bridge the disconnect between the top party leaders, MLAs and party workers. I am working out to ensure that the ministers sit in party offices to listen and solve the grievances of workers. I will see that things work out between the government and party workers," he said.



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