The 4-page letter dated October 15 tweeted by Sidhu on his twitter handle highlights issues he feels the state government “must deliver upon”.
He has sought meeting with Sonia Gandhi to present his 13-point agenda which can be included in the 2022 poll manifesto.
Sidhu said in his letter that it was Punjab’s “last chance for resurrection and redemption”. The letter to Sonia Gandhi reminded her of the party’s 18-point agenda “given to the last chief minister” of Punjab and said that those were “equally relevant today”.
“Today, I write to your esteemed self with priority areas among the 18-point agenda of the 2017 campaign and the manifesto promises which the state government must deliver upon.”
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