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Lok Sabha Election 2024: Challenges before Congress in Punjab, Waring and former CM Channi stuck in their seats, Sidhu and Bajwa missing from election campaign

  When Waring was nominated from Ludhiana, Bajwa had said that he would stand permanently in Ludhiana and return after defeating Ravneet Bittu. In fact, the Congress is angry with Bittu leaving the party and joining the BJP. That is why Bajwa made such a statement. Now the truth is that Bajwa did not come to Ludhiana after the said press conference.

When Bajwa said - I will camp here

The same is the case with other Lok Sabha constituencies, where Bajwa's presence is very less. At that time, Bajwa had taken the house of one of his friends and said that Bittu had betrayed the party. With the arrogance he is talking about, I will camp here and defeat him. However, since then, Bajwa has not been seen campaigning in Ludhiana, although he claimed to stay there till voting.

Sidhu also made distance

Navjot Singh Sidhu, who was the most popular campaigner in Punjab in the last elections, is missing this time too, whose absence is missing the Congress. Now they have no other option but star propagandists outside the Congress.

Rahul and Priyanka held the front

Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi may have been successful in wooing voters to some extent, but their visits to Punjab have been nominal so far. On the other hand, leaders like Congress General Secretary Jairam Ramesh, National Spokesperson Charan Singh Sapra, Admin of Congress President Gurdeep Sappal, Member of Punjab Prachar Team Gurinder Singh Dhillon reached the state to campaign but due to lack of special support from the people, they could not do so. Could not get the benefit of

This is the reason why leaders like Waring and Channi are seen struggling in their seats instead of campaigning in other Lok Sabha constituencies. Not only this, the silence of disappointed leaders in Congress is also causing damage. The situation is that the candidate's family members are also working day and night for the election campaign.