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Stepping in definitively even with “massive” pressure against Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh from a segment of Congress MLAs in the express, the party central leadership on Friday night gathered a critical gathering of the Congress Legislative Party (CLP) on Saturday.

This comes two days after a few MLAs kept in touch with Congress president Sonia Gandhi, clarifying that the public authority can’t push forward in this style, a senior All India Congress Committee (AICC) pioneer revealed to The Indian Express.

The letter, the party chief said, was very “strong in nature”. He said, “There was strong pressure. We could not have ignored the letter.”

Asked whether a difference in monitor was conceivable, the AICC pioneer didn’t preclude it and said, “We will have to wait and see what happens in the meeting.”

A senior state Congress pioneer, nonetheless, asked, “Why else would such an emergency meeting be convened.”

At 11.39 pm Friday, AICC general secretary responsible for Punjab, Harish Rawat, tweeted: “The AICC has received a representation from a large number of MLAs…requesting to immediately convene a meeting of the Congress Legislative Party of Punjab. Accordingly, a meeting of CLP has been convened at 5:00 PM on 18th September at Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee office. AICC directs PPCC to facilitate this meeting.”

He likewise posted that all Punjab Congress MLAs are “requested to kindly attend this meeting”.

Soon after Rawat’s tweet, state Congress boss Navjot Singh Sidhu tweeted that a CLP meeting will be gathered at 5 pm Saturday.

Sources said Congress pioneers Ajay Maken and Harish Chaudhary would be the focal party’s eyewitnesses at the CLP meeting; Rawat, as well, would be available, it is learnt.

The Indian Express had on Thursday revealed about the new insubordination preparing against Amarinder, and that few Congress MLAs host in a letter asked the get-together central leadership to assemble a CLP meeting to devise a system for the following Vidhan Sabha decisions, due in under six months.

The letter didn’t make reference to anything about the Chief Minister however expressed that among different issues, the 18-point plan set for the Amarinder Singh government should be discussed.

Sources in the Congress central leadership said that studies, both inward and led through outer organizations, show that Amarinder’s notoriety is on the wind down yet the focal administration is supposed to be in a predicament over a difference in guard.

In Punjab, the Congress camp was anticipating the declaration for the CLP meeting the whole day on Friday. Rawat had met Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Friday evening, and the choice to hold a CLP meet was taken during that meeting.

Four rebel Punjab priests — Tripat Rajinder Singh Bajwa, Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa, Sukhbinder Sarkaria and Charanjeet Channi — are among the 40 MLAs who had marked the letter shipped off Sonia on Wednesday. The four were important for the insubordination to Amarinder prior too. The new signature crusade was driven by Bajwa and PPCC general secretary in-control Pargat Singh.

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