In yet another instance, Navjot Singh Sidhu's rally saw a ruckus between Congress workers and BJP supporters, in the presence of the Punjab Congress Minister.
A clash erupted, after Prime Minister Narendra Modi supporters overpowered Sidhu's rally with chants of 'Modi, Modi' in retaliation to which Congress party workers could been seen throwing chairs and targetting the sloganeers, who then eventually left the location.
However, amid the brawl between the two, a shocking response came from the Congress leader who instead of dousing the fight, asked the Narendra Modi supporters, "Are you running away from your Guru'
During a rally in Madhya Pradesh's Dewas, Congress workers could be seen picking up chairs and aggressively chasing the sloganeers, as the Police intervened to stop the clash.
Meanwhile, amid the violent confrontation, Navjot Singh Sidhu chanted anti-BJP slogans like "Ab ki baar, baas kar yar" and Congress' favourite "Chowkidar Chor Hai"
During the rally, Sidhu was taking a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying, "He thinks before 2014 India did not exist. He thinks there was only one station and a chai stall."
A similar incident occurred in Haryana's Rohtak constituency a day back, wherein the crowd gathered was chanting 'Modi Modi' when Sidhu was addressing the rally.
Following this, a woman reportedly threw a 'chappal' at the leader, which missed its mark. Later, when detained by the police, she revealed that she had thrown her shoe as they (Congress) was allegedly 'talking against Modi.'
This is not the first time Sidhu has been attacked by disgruntled crowds. Earlier on Friday, Congress' star campaigner Sidhu's convoy was attacked with tomatoes while he was on his way to campaign in Congress bastion of Amethi where Congress Chief Rahul Gandhi faced Union Minister Smriti Irani in the previous poll phase on May 6.
The video that has been accessed by Republic TV shows people throwing tomatoes and pamphlets on the Congress leader's convoy while he was on his way to Amethi in Uttar Pradesh. Men surrounding the convoy were shouting slogans of "Sidhu go back" and "Pakistan vapas jao."