Badal said he does not believe that Amarinder Singh as a Sikh would go back on the promises he made with the sacred scriptures in his hand.
The Punjab government has also abolished halqa incharge system and decided that the police personnel shall have fixed duty hours.
"I am sure that Captain Amarinder Singh will fulfil his promise and curb drug supply in Punjab by April 16 (30 days)," Phoolka said.
"The first six months, we have to work with positive intent. We have to be true in our work," he said while describing Chief Minister Amarinder Singh as a father figure to him.
Ceremony at Raj Bhawan attended by Rahul, Manmohan, Cong CMs and ex-CMs.
Speaking to The Indian Express, VK Singh, Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), Punjab, said the EVMs are 100 per cent safe and nobody could manipulate these machines to influence results.
Congress leaders were elated not only because Sidhu did not get to become deputy CM, but also because he was placed third in the Cabinet pecking order.
Of the 14 seats in Ludhiana, Congress has won eight.
However, after the results, details revealed that 16 of the 19 candidates on the first list lost and a number of them ended up third as well.
The new Chief Secretary will also act as Principal Secretary of the Departments of Personnel, General Administration and Vigilance as well as Investment Promotion.
It was previously speculated that Sidhu would be made the deputy chief minister.
Apart from a strong political contender, Capt Amarinder Singh is also well known for his literary bend.
Speculation was rife that the cricketer-turned politician would be given the post of deputy chief minister but he was the third among the list of nine ministers sworn in today.
Congress' Amarinder Singh took oath as chief minister today. Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi and former PM Manmohan Singh were present.
The report was released in Ludhiana on Wednesday and the analysis also revealed that out of the newly elected MLAs, 45 have educational qualifications ranging from Class V to Class XII while 60 MLAs are graduates or above.
Around a dozen won by over 30,000 votes
Badal went to villages Dhaula, Sirajwala, Lambi, Channu and few other villages to meet the villagers and SAD workers where he addressed small public meetings.
The party won 18 seats in region, finished second in 21 seats but trailed winner by huge margins in most seats
Confident of his victory, Shergill got only 10,252 votes, against 65,803 votes polled by SAD’s Bikram Singh Majithia and 42,919 by Congress candidate Sukhjinder Raj Singh Lali Majithia.
Party MLAs to list reasons of defeat and submit in 15 days