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Captain Amarinder Singh slams Sukhbir Badal for trying to defame ex-PM Rajiv Gandhi

CM also cornered the Akalis over their “support to the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, in shameful violation of the very principles on which the Anandpur Sahib resolution was founded”.

Punjab CM meets students of flooded IIT, pushes for their boarding, lodging

Amarinder, after interacting with the students, issued orders that those needing accommodation should be put up at Kissan Bhawan and Punjab Bhawan and other guest houses of the state government.


Punjab floods: CM Amarinder Singh announces Rs 100 crore for relief measures

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh also announced that as soon as the water level recedes, a special 'girdawari' (crop loss assessment) would be conducted to ensure adequate compensation for the affected farmers.

Under consideration in Punjab: Bullet-proof Land Cruiser no. 17 for CM's security

The Congress government inherited 14 Land Cruiser vehicles from the previous SAD-BJP government and added two more to the fleet later. The latest Land Cruiser and its bullet-proofing will cost more than Rs 1.75 crore.

Priyanka Gandhi 'excellent choice' for Congress president: Captain Amarinder Singh

The Punjab CM's statement comes a day after Shashi Tharoor said Priyanka Gandhi's 'natural charisma could galvanise the party'.

Institutionalise mechanism to honour war heroes: Congress leader Bajwa to Punjab CM Amarinder Singh

In his letter, Bjawa added that there was a need to have a better and proactive system of creating mechanisms, by which soldiers who return home, are recognized and taken care of by the state.


Chandigarh: Priyanka Gandhi fails to broker peace

In a cabinet reshuffle on June 6, Amarinder had divested Sidhu of his Local Bodies and Tourism and Culture Affairs portfolios citing non-performance and assigned him the Power and New and Renewable Energy department.

Call on Sidhu’s resignation today, says Punjab CM Amarinder Singh

“I will decide on his resignation only tomorrow, after I return to Chandigarh. I will have to look into the contents of the resignation letter before taking a decision,” he told PTI.

In his fight with Punjab CM Amarinder Singh, no Congress voice in Sidhu support

The only support for Sidhu has come from a few opposition MLAs, including Punjab Ekta Party leader Sukhpal Singh Khaira, Lok Insaaf Party (LIP) president Simarjeet Singh Bains and AAP MLA Aman Arora.

If Sidhu doesn’t want to do his job, there’s nothing I can do about it: Amarinder

Reacting to Sidhu's resignation from his cabinet, Amarinder said, "I have no issues with him, I had in fact given him a very important portfolio after the reshuffle. It was his decision to quit the Cabinet".

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Punjab Polls: Navjot Singh Sidhu Will Campaign For Congress, Says Captain Amarinder Singh

  Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh said that Navjot Singh Sidhu would campaign for the party in the upcoming state assembly elections. Amarinder Singh said and I quote: “Sidhu is with us, his wife is with us. He does not want to fight from any seat but will campaign with us. On Wednesday, Singh […]

I’m always available for OROP veterans: Capt. Amarinder

New Delhi, Feb 25 (ANI): Expressing solidarity with the One Rank One Pension (OROP) veterans, Punjab Congress President Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday said it is his duty to stand with them. He said he was always available for the OROP veterans. He added that this issue has been raised for a long time by the Opposition and they would continue to do so till their demands were accepted.


Peace talks only way to stop bloodshed: Amarinder Singh

New Delhi, Jan 15 (ANI): Congress leader Captain Amarinder Singh on Friday said that the only way to stop bloodshed in the country was through peace talks and not through military actions. Responding to the scheduled India-Pakistan Foreign Secretary-level talks being deferred, Singh said if India wants to stop this bloodshed, it can only be done through peace talks, not through military actions.