The Congress retorted strongly asking if the BJP had named any Dalit as chief minister in the states it runs.
With a majority of MLAs not by his side, CM Amarinder Singh tendered his resignation, saying he felt 'humiliated' over the events in the past two months.
Punjab Congress president Navjot Singh Sidhu on Wednesday alleged that the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) was “the main architect” of the three central farm laws.
With the reduction in the limit of voters, the polling booths will increase from 23,211 to 24,689, according to an official statement.
While party president Sukhbir Badal will contest from Jalalabad, his father and party patron Parkash Singh Badal does not figure in the list.
Also, AAP leaders are constantly reminding the Punjab voters of the promises which the ruling Congress failed to keep.
Will warn political parties not to enter villages campaigning for Assembly election
The infighting among Punjab Congress and the public anger against the SAD and BJP over the farm laws have weakened them in the state.
Allow freedom to take decisions, else I will give a befitting reply, warns Punjab Congress chief Sidhu after aide quits
The Congress, however, said state chiefs are free to take their decisions within the party's norms and constitution.
The new outfit, he claimed, will win a majority in the house and frame laws in the interests of farmers, traders and labourers on their own strength.
According to a recent report, power theft in the national capital has come down from 55 per cent in 2002 to 7.5 per cent in 2020.
Pritam Singh, a Dalit leader formerly associated with the SAD, and Chetan Mohan Joshi, a former TV anchor, also joined the party.
Sidhu had detailed discussions with four working presidents about rebuilding the organisation and further strengthening the party at the grassroots level, the party said.
Raghav Chadha took on Twitter to make the clarification, tagging a report on a possible tie-up between the two parties ahead of the Punjab assembly polls next year.
Partap Singh Bajwa said the meeting was convened in view of the upcoming Parliament session and to discuss the issues to be raised.