New Delhi : Former Punjab chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh left Delhi on Thursday afternoon, shortly after he declared he would not join the BJP, but not stay in the Congress either.
Singh, who arrived in Delhi on Tuesday evening, met Home Minister Amit Shah, and National Security Advisor Ajit Doval in Delhi.
In an interview to a TV news channel, he said he was not joining the BJP, but would not stay in the Congress either.
“I have not resigned from the Congress yet, but I will resign. I am not one of those who take a decision in a split of a second,” Singh said in an interview to NDTV.
Singh had resigned as the Punjab CM on September 18 saying that he was feeling “humiliated”.