Navjot Sidhu soon to be released from jail : The Tribune India

Navjot Sidhu, the former Punjab minister, is set to be released from jail soon. The news of his release has been welcomed by many in the state, who have been eagerly awaiting his return.

Navjot Sidhu was convicted in a road rage case in 2018 and sentenced to three years in jail. He was accused of killing a 65-year-old man in a road rage incident in Patiala in 1988. He was granted bail in 2019, but the Punjab and Haryana High Court had refused to grant him a permanent bail.

However, the Supreme Court recently granted him a permanent bail, paving the way for his release. The court noted that the incident had taken place more than three decades ago and that Sidhu had already served a substantial part of his sentence.

The news of Sidhu’s release has been welcomed by many in Punjab, who have been eagerly awaiting his return. Sidhu is a popular figure in the state and is known for his witty remarks and humorous speeches. He is also a former cricketer and was a part of the Indian team that won the World Cup in 1983.

Sidhu’s release is expected to bring a sense of relief to his family and supporters. He is expected to be released in the coming days and will be welcomed back with open arms by his supporters.

It remains to be seen what role Sidhu will play in Punjab politics after his release. He is expected to make a comeback in the state’s political arena and could play a key role in the upcoming Assembly elections.

Only time will tell what the future holds for Navjot Sidhu, but for now, his supporters are eagerly awaiting his return.