Navjot Singh Sidhu remains in the news for his television career in the famous comedy show ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’ and this time he goes against he defies Captain Amarinder Singh. On march 20, Punjab CM Amarinder Singh while talking about Sidhu said that even while Sidhu wants to continue with his television assignments, the advocate general will see whether he can continue with it or not. Navjot Singh Sidhu in an interview with the media said, “I respect Captain Amarinder Singh. I will not leave TV career.” According to reports he further said, before the Assembly Elections 2017, Congress Party never won 77 seats before and the Shiromani Akali Dal never got less than 24 seats ever before.
While talking about the Punjab CM taking legal advice on his’s TV shows, he said, “The boss is always right.” He further added, “Sometimes I work all 7 days from early morning till 6 pm. So, what I do after 6 pm is nobody’s business. It’s not an office of profit.”
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Earlier in the week, Navjot Singh Sidhu’s wife Navjot Kaur Sidhu, turned to facebook to support and her husband and his television career. In her facebook post, she wrote- “Such hype has been created about Navjot earning a living from television. When I was working as a Mla , my electricity bill and tea for guests costed more. We have no other business or source of income except television. He has left 80 percent of shows which included IPL , commentator etc. Shooting for 2 shows of comedy night with Kapil takes only 5 hours in a week and that also mostly on Saturday night. I think it is a meagre time for a non socially active God fearing workaholic.”
Here is Navjot Kaur Sidhu’s facebook here-
The Punjab Legislative Assembly Elections 2017 results were announced on March 11 after which Captain Amarinder took oath as the Chief Minister of Punjab on March 16. The Congress party won a total of 77 seats out of the total 117 seats in the Punjab Assembly, while the Shiromani Akali Dal-Bharatiya Janata Party (SAD-BJP) alliance who were in power till 2017 got 18 seats and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) secured 20 seats.