The big bang of Punjab Assembly election has ended in a whimper for cricketer-turned-TV 'laugha-ter' Navjot Singh Sidhu.
There are times when it is difficult to comprehend what Navjot Singh Sidhu is saying. And then, there are times when he wins a seat by over 42,500 votes.
The announcement came amid speculation that Navjot Singh Sidhu will also join the party in the coming days.
With two founding members of Awaaz-e-Punjab now likely to join AAP, the current situation puts Navjot Singh Sidhu in a very weak position.
The Bains brothers, who were part of Awaaz-e-Punjab front, are likely to go with Aam Aadmi Party on Monday for contesting the Punjab Assembly polls next year.
Former SAD leader Pargat Singh, Navjot Kaur Sidhu, and two other legislators resigned from Punjab Assembly on Wednesday protesting the Badal government's "failure" to protect the state's rights over river waters.
Sources close to Sidhu have claimed that congress has offered to make Sidhu second-in-command if the congress comes to power in the upcoming assembly elections.
BJP MLA from Punjab Navjot Kaur Sidhu on Saturday resigned from the primary membership of the party, less than a month after her husband Navjot Singh Sidhu had also done so.
Awaaz-e- Punjab, a forum launched by former BJP Rajya Sabha MP Navjot Singh Sidhu, will hold a meeting in a day or two to clear the air about forging of an alliance for the state polls.
Sources close to Sidhu have said that he is not interested in contesting polls as he does not want to divide the "anti-incumbency" vote
Addressing his first press conference after launching his Awaaz-e-Punjab party, Navjot Singh Sidhu began his monologue in Punjabi, in Chandigarh
Sidhu had resigned from the Rajya Sabha on 18 July, fuelling speculation that he may join the AAP.
One can only hope that the raucous preemptively false bonhomie from the TV does not turn the Navjot Singh Sidhu's 'Awaaz' into a tower of babble.
This new front will give a push towards realisation of a grand political front as perceived by the AAP oustees ahead of Punjab election.
Badal clamied that Sidhu's front was a brainchild of "fugitive" leaders who want to "satiate their lust for power",
On Friday, 2 September, Navjot Singh Sidhu is set to launch his own party Awaaz-e-Punjab along with hockey player-turned-politician Pargat Singh and the Bains brothers Simarjit Singh Bains and Balwinder Singh Bains, reported CNN-News18.