According to his sister Suman, Navjot Sidhu is a “cruel person” who abandoned his mother for money.
Latest news Navjot Singh Sidhu is a cruel person: Navjot Singh Sidhu is a politician from the Indian National Congress, a television personality, and a former international cricketer. He is the Chairman of the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee. He previously served as the State of Punjab’s Minister of Tourism and Cultural Affairs.
Suman Toor, Navjot Singh Sidhu’s elder sister, accused him of “deserting” her mother in her old age for the “sake of money” during a press conference. Suman Tur, the elder sister of Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu, has accused him of “deserting” her mother in her old age for the “sake of money.” Suman Toor, a resident of the United States, called Navjot Sidhu a “cruel person.”
Suman Toor is currently in Chandigarh, where she spoke at a press conference on Friday, alleging that Navjot Sidhu evicted her and her mother after their father died in 1986. Toor claimed that her mother died in 1989 at a train station.
“We’ve been through a lot. My mother was hospitalized for four months. I have documentary proof of everything I’m claiming “Suman Toor stated the following.
Suman Tur claimed that Sidhu severed ties with them for financial reasons. “My father had left assets, including a house [and] land, in addition to the pension,” she explained.
“Navjot Singh Sidhu abandoned my mother for financial reasons. We don’t want anything from Sidhu “She continued.
‘Sidhu lied about his parents’ divorce.’
Suman Toor, who called Navjot Singh Sidhu a “cruel person,” claimed in an interview with India Today in 1987 that he lied about her parent’s separation. “Whatever Navjot Singh Sidhu claims about my parents is false,” Tur asserted.
Suman Tur demanded proof from her brother for her mother’s separation from their father. “My mother had approached the court after Navjot Sidhu claimed that she and our father were legally separated,” Tur explained.
‘Sidhu has blocked me’
Suman Toor claimed she went to see Navjot Sidhu on January 20, but he refused to meet her and refused to open the door.
“I was forced to hold a press conference after attempting to contact Navjot Singh Sidhu proved futile. On his phone, he has blocked me. His servants do not open doors either. I’m looking for justice for my mother “Suman Toor stated the following.
“I am a 70-year-old woman, and revealing these things about our family is extremely difficult for me,” she explained.
Suman Toor’s allegations against Navjot Sidhu, 58, come as the Congress leader campaigns for the Punjab Assembly election as a chief ministerial candidate. On February 20, all 117 assembly seats in Punjab will be up for election.
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