Senior SAD leader Nadharak Singh Brar quits party
Moga: In a jolt to the ruling Shiromani
Akali Dal in Punjab, senior leader and SAD`s Working Committee
member Nadharak Singh Brar Wednesday resigned from the party.
In a letter to SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal, Brar
accused senior vice-president and former minister Tota Singh
of running the party in an autocratic manner in the district.
This had dented party`s image prompting him to quit,
he said in the letter.
Asked about his future course of action, Brar said
at the moment, he was not joining any other party.
However, speculation is rife that he may join the
People`s Party of Punjab floated by expelled Akali leader and
sacked Punjab Finance minister Manpreet Singh Badal.
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