2020 has been one for more than an hour-long luncheon between Capt Amrinder Singh and Navjot Singh Siddhu. It was after a long time of 17 months that they met, talked and of course, lunched. It was obvious they must have conversed over pungent politics, however, it may be denied at first thought. How can it not be possible after all? Their conversation would surely not have covered either the history books, the environment or the recipe books. It would not be wholly wrong to say that they met after one long year.
The maximum months of the year have passed since they happen to come around the large dining table to talk with. They now look like two emotionally-stable, well-adjusted politicians. The days of silence are about to be over a normal time — before their prefrontal cortex was completely refined. And just because they are most probably safely retreating to quite earlier juncture this year doesn’t mean they can’t psychologically relapse to their bitter days, just like the past.
However, despite the concerted efforts of the best minds humanity has to offer, the appropriate question of Siddhu’s re-induction into the state ministry has so far been kept aside or evaded at this time, as news reports implied.