The vehicle in which Aam Aadmi Party supremo and New Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal was travelling met with a minor accident in Jalandhar on Friday.
Sidhu said AAP is an anarchist party. The Chief Minister of Delhi was heckled by women from opposition parties over a sex scandal in his party as they raised slogans for him to "go back". Taking note of the submissions, the bench said, "it has been conceded by the GNCTD that order dated March 13, 2015 was issued without seeking concurrence/view of the LG".
"Sidhu had today said "'kaale Badal' (dark clouds) have overshadowed Punjab and people are keen to see sunlight".
Jalandhar: It seems troubles won't end for Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal who is now gearing up for the Punjab Assembly Election, 2017.
Referring to AAP leaders Kejriwal, Sanjay Singh and Durgesh Pathak, he said the three people "lording over lakhs of Punjabis" was a shame. "But I will not allow this to happen and will contest against him from wherever he wants in the upcoming elections".
"I told them what you have to give to me", Sidhu said. "It is a forum for good governance", Sidhu announced, adding that the forum should be given 15 days to work out its future course.
"When I met Kejriwal I asked him to define my role in the party".
As Kejriwal stepped out of the railway station, he faced another group of protesters, who claimed to be from a Hindu outfit.
Kejriwal, on a four-day visit to Punjab, also said that his party, if elected to power, will declare both Amritsar and Anandpur Sahib as "holy cities".
The former Rajya Sabha member had on September 2 floated the new political front online.
"We are not afraid of the attacks by the Badals", the AAP leader said.
Comparing the AAP with East India Company, Mr Sidhu said, "In history, we read about East India Company, where a handful of foreigners exploited Indians".
Also invoking the rich legacy of Punjab which he said has suffered due the rising drug problem in the state, Sidhu said, "Where is the Punjab that used to produce so many sportsmen?"