Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu continued his campaign against the Charanjit Singh Channi government today, declaring that he would go on a hunger strike if the government doesn't make the reports on drugs menace and the sacrilege incident public.
The reports by state agencies on the drugs issue have been submitted in the High Court and Mr Sidhu wants the government to share the findings with the people.
"The party came to power promising eradication of drugs," Mr Sidhu said today.
"But if the government does not open the drug reports, I will go on a hunger strike. We need to show why the previous Chief Minister (Captain Amarinder Singh) sat on these reports. Now this government needs to open these reports. The court has not barred the state government from opening the reports," he told reporters.