The meeting was followed by veteran politician Sucha Singh Chhotepur, who was sacked by AAP as its Punjab unit chief over bribery allegations, also visiting Dr Gandhi.
Sources say formation of a fourth front in Punjab challenging the ruling Akali-BJP, Congress and AAP was discussed at both the meetings.
'We want to defeat anti-Punjab forces to bring prosperity in the state,' said Mr Chhotepur, who has said that he won't reconcile with AAP.
At the launch of his party on Thursday, Mr Sidhu detailed on the failed negotiations with AAP and said chief Arvind Kejriwal only wants "yes men" and said he was running the party like the "East India Company".
Backing Mr Sidhu's allegations, Dr Gandhi today said, "In light of Kejriwal's perspective towards Punjab and other states, and the way political rights of the state are being violated, I don't think it is wrong to compare his functioning with the East India Company."
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