The Congress performed poorly in urban areas and Sidhu was the minister for urban development, he pointed out.
He refused to comment on possible impact of Sidhu’s comments on Congress' performance in Punjab, Amarinder said as a minister, Sidhu’s own performance needed to be reviewed.
Along with the tweet, Hardeep Singh Puri tagged a post that talked about how Local Bodies Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu was facing the ire of his party colleagues.
Amarinder Singh said he personally did not have any differences with Navjot Singh Sidhu, whom he had known since the latter was a child.
Rejecting Navjot Kaur's claims on being denied ticket from Amritsar, Captain Amarinder had said that the former was offered the chance to contest from the holy city but she refused.
Sidhu's wife Navjot Kaur earlier said that she wanted to contest the Lok Sabha elections from Amritsar, but was denied a ticket from the constituency.
Amarinder accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of tinkering with India’s secularism, which used to be its strength and was now under threat from the BJP.
Navjot Kaur said the chief minister thought that he was alone capable of leading the party to victory in all 13 seats of Punjab.
The 1984 anti-Sikh riots have been a sensitive issue for people of Punjab, mainly the Sikhs, and is likely to damage the Congress' prospects in the state that will go to the polls in the last phase.
Political parties have changed tack; while SAD-BJP has raked up 1984 anti-Sikh riots, Congress is harping on sacrilege incident, but all parties are skirting developmental issues
Amarinder Singh said the anger of the people who had been victimised for 10 years by the Badals and their cronies were now finding voice.
Amarinder Singh said Sunny Deol does not have any stakes here and he will run away to Mumbai after the Lok Sabha election.
Modi’s shameful attempts to destroy the secular fabric of the country were a threat to its very existence, says Amarinder.
It was wrong of Narendra Modi to connect Rajiv Gandhi with the anti-Sikh riots of 1984, Amarinder Singh told reporters.
The Chief Minister said that his government had a hard time fighting the state's debt-crisis caused by the BJP-SAD government.