Navjot Sidhu: Punjab's former Congress chief is an asset, and the party should not lose him.

Sunil Jakhar resigned from the Congress last month . Navjot Singh Sidhu called him a friend and told his party not to lose him .

Chandigarh: Shortly after Sunil Jakhar announced his resignation from the Congress, party leader Navjot Singh Sidhu called him a friend and told his party not to lose him.Mr Jakhar admitted that his decision to part ways with the Congress last month, which stripped him of all party positions for suspected anti-party activities.Is a gold asset worth its weight in gold?In a tweet, Mr Sidhu said that any contradictions can be resolved on the table.Mr Jakhar, the disgruntled leader whose decision takes place in Udaipur during the party's three-day Chintan Shivir, took to his Facebook page to make the announcement.

Mr Jakhar said he wishes you well and goodbye Congress after leaving the Punjab Congress on April 11.Mr Jakhar refused to respond to the Congress disciplinary committee commission, however, Mr Jakhar also criticized some of the Delhi politicians, particularly party leader Ambika Soni, who suggested that the party have a Sikh visage, during his dil ki baat posted on his Facebook page.Harish Chaudharyhad, the AICC director of Punjab affairs, has written to party president Sonia Gandhi, seeking disciplinary action against Navjot Sidhu for trying to portray himself as a member of the senate.( )