- Setting off theories in front of Punjab gathering political race 2022, Navjot Singh Sidhu posted a photograph with cricketer Harbhajan Singh.
- In the 2019 Lok Sabha the BJP was supposedly in chats with Harbhajan to handle him from the Amritsar Lok Sabha supporters.
“Picture stacked with potential outcomes.. with bhajji, the sparkling star,” Sidhu inscribed the photograph which clearly is a new photograph of the couple from a new gathering as they can be found in their winterwears.
Saving space for theories totally open, Sidhu indicated conceivable outcomes that Harbhajan Singh may join the Congress before the Punjab political decision.
Theories over Harbhajan’s political presentation isn’t new as the cricketer has as of late exposed bits of gossip about his joining the BJP.
A couple of days prior, it was supposed that the BJP was looking at to rope Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh, two high-profile cricketers, into the party. Harbhajan took to Twitter and invalidated the hypothesis as ‘counterfeit news’.
In the 2019 Lok Sabha political decision, the BJP was supposedly in chats with Harbhajan to handle him from the Amritsar Lok Sabha supporters.
Around then, the cricketer had recognized the discussion and said he was uncertain about whether it was the perfect opportunity for him to join legislative issues.
An introduction in the state survey may be the perfect time for Harbhajan while roping him in will give an extraordinary catalyst to the Congress, the decision party in Punjab, in the impending political race as this time the party should contend with previous boss priest Amarinder Singh also.
Following a since a long time ago attracted clash of dissidence the party, Amarinder Singh left the post of the main priest and afterward quit from the Congress. Vowing to battle against Najot Sidhu, he drifted his own party Punjab Lok Congress which might restrict with the BJP for the political decision.
Harbhajan Singh is a famous Sikh face from Punjab, who was in the World Cup winning group of 2011. He was presented the Padma Shri in 2009.