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Will quit if Congress is ‘wiped out’ in Punjab in LS Polls: Capt Amarinder

Patiala, May 16, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh today said he would take responsibility and would quit if the Congress was wiped out in the state in these Lok Sabha elections.

All ministers and MLAs have been made responsible for the Congress party’s performance in the state, and he shared the responsibility with them, said Captain Amarinder.

The party high command had decided to hold the ministers and legislators accountable for the victory/defeat of the Congress candidates, he pointed out, adding that he was ready to take the same responsibility for the state but was confident of a sweeping victory for the party in Punjab.

Like others, he was also responsible for the party’s performance, said Captain Amarinder, quipping, “If Congress is wiped out in Punjab in these polls, what do you think I will do? Obviously I will accept responsibility and resign.”

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