Punjab Politics: Shiromani Akali Dal had to face a crushing defeat in the Punjab Assembly elections. After the defeat, questions are being raised on the leadership of Sukhbir Badal.
Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal himself seems to be isolated in the party after the humiliating defeat in the Punjab assembly elections. Badal is on the back foot in his own party. Many leaders in the party are said to be angry about his leadership and decisions. This is the reason why Sukhbir Badal has to take the help of old loyalists to maintain his rule in the party. In fact, for the past several days, senior SAD leaders have been raising serious questions on the leadership of Sukhbir Singh Badal.
Voices of protest after Punjab assembly elections
Shiromani Akali Dal had to face a crushing defeat in the Punjab Assembly elections. After the defeat, questions are being raised on the leadership of Sukhbir Badal. Along with this, many leaders are also angry about supporting the NDA. At the same time, the graph of the party in the state has come down continuously in the last several years. Senior SAD leaders are questioning the leadership of Sukhbir Singh Badal for this reason. After the assembly elections, a 13-member committee was formed under the leadership of party leader Iqbal Singh Jhunda from Sangrur. This committee recommended changes in the top leadership of the organization.
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Recommendation of Iqbal Singh Jhunda Committee
The committee headed by Iqbal Singh Jhunda had specifically asked party president Sukhbir Singh Badal to step down. Apart from this, it was also recommended by the committee to adopt one family one ticket formula and fix a two-year term for the post of president.
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