Navjot Singh Sidhu should stop taking my name as example: Kiron Kher

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Sidhu has said that he sees nothing wrong in continuing with his role in popular comedian Kapil Sharma's show and said he can not be a transporter like SAD leader Sukhbir Badal, and appeared on TV to run his family.

He told a TV news channel that he will ask the Advocate General to give his opinion on Sidhu's continuation as a celebrity-judge on "The Kapil Sharma Show". He has nevertheless expressed willingness to continue with his show, saying he has to earn a living for himself.

He said Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh should advise his cabinet colleague to refrain from doing the popular TV show. I can not be corrupt to mint money.

"How does one live without adequate income?" he asked, adding "do they (those opposing Sidhu's appearance on the TV show) want to make ministers corrupt (by stopping them from earning their livelihood)?"

"I thank everybody who voted for us".

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Navjot Singh Sidhu, as a public servant, should refrain from doing television owing to his moral responsibility to disassociate with any commercial activity, even though there is no law which bars such a move, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi said today.

"Should I run a bus service like Sukbir Singh Badal? Because of their love and blessings, I and my wife won six elections.I fail to understand why somebody has pain in stomach due to my TV shows", Sidhu said while speaking to reporters in Amritsar.

As he did not know the legal issues in the matter, Amarinder said he would wait for the Punjab Advocate General's opinion, the release said.

The red beacons were removed from the vehicles of the chief minister and other members of the council of ministers yesterday itself, without waiting for a notification, soon after the Congress government chose to put a ban on its use, an official spokesperson said here today. "My voters have no problem with my TV shows.what I do from 7 pm to 6 am should not be somebody's business". He has left 80 per cent of shows, which included IPL, commentary, etc.

"It is only in the political field we have been rivals in last couple of years".