In other words, Channi was only a stop-gap chief minister, which undermined his office, taking the sheen off elevating a member of the SC community.
Harish Rawat's reported remarks on Sidhu 'baffling', can 'undermine' new Punjab CM's authority: Sunil Jakhar
Rawat had reportedly said that the Punjab Assembly polls next year will be fought under Sidhu.
Navjot Singh Sidhu's strategic advisor Mohd Mustafa Sunday attacked former CM Amarinder Singh for calling Sidhu 'anti-national'.
Will Congress take cognizance of Amarinder Singh's 'extremely serious' charge against Sidhu and act: BJP
Hours after quitting as Punjab CM, Singh had on Saturday launched a no-holds-barred attack against Sidhu, calling him "anti-national", "dangerous" and a "total disaster".
Capt Amarinder Singh told ANI in an exclusive interview that he will oppose any move to make Sidhu chief ministerial face for reasons of national security.
AAP MLA Raghav Chadha kicks up row after calling Navjot Singh Sidhu 'Rakhi Sawant of Punjab politics'
Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu hit back at Raghav Chadha, saying the AAP leader had not yet answered his question.
The SAD in a statement earlier said Navjot Singh Sidhu is trying to befool people by raking up old issues to cover up his party's failures.
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.
Sidhu had on Sunday written to Amarinder Singh, seeking action on the farmers' demands including cancellation of "unfair" FIRs registered against growers during their agitation.
Sidhu wrote to the chief minister two days after meeting representatives of 32 farm bodies which had raised their demands with him.
Speaking to ANI, Rawat said that the people assume party leaders in Punjab are fighting because the 'brave' leaders put forward their opinion strongly.
The former Punjab Congress chief expressed concern over the party cadre's 'inability' to fully leverage a major government decision like doubling of social security pension.
Rawat had on Wednesday conveyed the "resentment" of party's dissenting leaders to Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh and said it is his "duty" to address them.
Rawat, who is the party's Punjab affairs in-charge, met Singh at his residence at Siswan in Mohali and held a discussion on various issues including an 18-point programme.
Harish Rawat, who is in charge of Congress party Punjab affairs at the AICC, had arrived in Chandigarh on Tuesday amid the ongoing tussle in the camps of CM Amarinder Singh and Navjot Sidhu.