Punjab CM hit back at Navjot Singh Sidhu’s ‘wet pant’ remark on police
Navjot Singh Sidhu is known for his controversial remarks, but this time party has disowned his remarks and made condemned his remarks. His betenoire, Punjab CM, Charanjit Singh Channi hit back at Sidhu.
Chandigarh: Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Channi has hit back at Punjab Congress President Navjot Singh Sidhu’s ‘wet pant’ remarks.
Mr. Channi said that those who are criminals and anti-social elements.. their pants become wet on seeing a Punjab police officer”, he said at a function in Punjab Armed Police complex.
Last month, Mr. Sidhu stated that “MLA Navtej Singh Cheema could make a policeman wet his pants”, his remarks received severe criticisms from all corners.
Navtej Cheema can make a 'thanedar' policeman wet his pants", Sidhu made a remark at a rally in Punjab's Batala.
However, Channi has urged the policemen not to bother about this statement, he said that in fact, criminals who wet their pant on seeing them.
Sidhu’s controversial remarks on policemen has triggered protest from all quarters, including Mr. Sidhu’s party.
Ravneet Singh Bittu, the MP from Punjab's Ludhiana, has backed state police personnel and praised them for their handling of terrorist activities and COVID-19.
"First of all, whatever has been said about the police, I seek apology..." he said,
Former Chief Minister Amarinder Singh - a Congress veteran of over 40 years who quit the party after a bitter public feud with Mr Sidhu (and is now allied with the BJP) - also hit out, as did Akali Dal leader Daljit Singh, who had questioned the Chief Minister's silence over the "wet pants" remark.