Talking to reporters at Sri Guru Ramdas International Airport here after returning from Delhi, she said she met BJP General Secretary (organisation) Ram Lal along with her husband cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu.

Sidhu, chief parliamentary secretary, said the BJP leader has assured that in future, if she faces any hardship in carrying out developmental works, then party would intervene.

Alleging that she was not being "treated well" by the Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal and Deputy CM Sukhbir Singh Badal, she said they stopped developmental works
in her assembly constituency in Amritsar East.

Sidhu said her husband had also assured her that if things did not become normal, then he would also come to Amritsar to open front against Akali Dal-led Punjab government.

Sidhu had on April 1 announced her resignation from BJP and posted on her Facebook page, "Finally, I have resigned from BJP. The burden is over."

In another post, she said, "Badal Sahib, you promised moon to the people of Amritsar... Don't deny them basic needs. Don't abuse the word 'daughter' and 'sister'. I am ready to vacate my seat for your relatives" (sic).

In her post on Facebook, she alleged that Amritsar Improvement Trust was not utilising Rs 79 crore released for her constituency.

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