New Delhi. Senior Congress leader Ambika Soni on Sunday said that she has refused to become the chief minister of Punjab as the chief minister of the Sikh-majority state should be a Sikh. Talking to reporters here, he also said that there is no conflict in the Punjab unit of Congress and everything will be fine soon. Asked whether she has been offered the chief minister’s post, Ambika, who is considered close to Sonia Gandhi, said, “I have refused. For 50 years I believe that the Chief Minister of Punjab should be a Sikh as it is the only state in the country where Sikhs are in majority.
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“The party process is going on. are in charge and the opinion of each MLA is being taken in writing. Meanwhile, Ambika Soni has also met former Congress President Rahul Gandhi in the backdrop of developments in Punjab.