New Delhi, July 25 2016 IST: Any batsman who has performed even the rudimentary type of the sport will let you know that timing is of essence throughout batting. It’s typically the one distinction between success and failure. As in cricket, timing is vital in politics too. As a batsman, Navjot Singh Sidhu was blessed with impeccable timing, particularly when he stepped out of the crease towards gradual bowlers when Navjot Singh Sidhu gave Kejriwal a message on Punjab. Ask Shane Warne.
However that contact appears to have abandoned him in politics. His relinquishing the Rajya Sabha submit and giving BJP a impolite jolt was a masterstroke of a political assertion. However his conduct since appears to counsel that having danced out of the pitch anticipating a juicy half-volley, his formidable stroke might have wildly missed its mark where Navjot Singh Sidhu gave Kejriwal a message on Punjab.
Navjot Singh Sidhu gave Kejriwal a message on Punjab
For a garrulous man eternally uncomfortable with silence, the BJP chief remained unusually quiet since resigning on 18 July from the Rajya Sabha until Monday when he appeared at a information convention. There was expectation that Sidhu will lastly clear the air on whether or not he’s becoming a member of the Aam Admi Party; a clear message, Navjot Singh Sidhu gave Kejriwal a message on Punjab.
However he didn’t.
True to his distinctive style, he waxed lyrical, dropped Sidhuisms by the ton and managed to say a number of issues with out actually saying something. Sidhu repeated that he was sad with the BJP’s top leadership. However that has been clear ever since he issued a cryptic word accompanying his resignation on the primary day of the Monsoon Session after then Navjot Singh Sidhu gave Kejriwal a message on Punjab.
“On the behest of the honourable PM, I had accepted the Rajya Sabha nomination for the welfare of Punjab. With the closure of each window resulting in Punjab the aim stands defeated. It’s now a mere burden. I choose to not carry it,” he had mentioned on that event.
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