Chandigarh: Outgoing Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Sunday greeted Charanjit Singh Channi, who is going to be the next Chief Minister of the state.Also Read - SAD Leads 'Black Day' March To Parliament to Mark a Year of Farmers Protest, Delhi Borders Sealed
“My best wishes to Charanjit Singh Channi. I hope he’s able to keep the border state of Punjab safe and protect our people from the growing security threat from across the border,” Amarinder Singh released a statement, tweeted by his media advisor Raveen Thukral. Also Read - Farmers' Protest: Akali Dal to Observe Sept. 17 as 'Black Day' to Mark 1 Year of Enactment of Farms Laws
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Senior Congress leader Amarinder Singh on Saturday resigned from his post as the Chief Minister of Punjab after months of political tussle, saying he stepped down as he felt ‘humiliated’.
At the same time, he said that the “future politics option is always there and I will use that option”.
Amarinder Singh also termed Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh as a ‘disaster’ who would not be acceptable to him as his successor.
With IANS inputs