Breaking News

Bir Devinder joins Taksalis, may contest from Anandpur Sahib


JALANDHAR: Former Punjab assembly deputy speaker Bir Devinder Singh joined SAD (Taskali) on Tuesday. He is more likely to contest the ensuing parliamentary elections for the birthday celebration.

According to a supply, the birthday celebration would possibly box him from Anandpur Sahib seat.

Party president Ranjit Singh Brahmpura mentioned Bir Devinder would going to give a "big impetus" to SAD (Taksali) as he was amongst best orators in the state.

Known as a bete noire of Punjab CM Amarinder Singh, Bir Devinder served because the president of All India Sikh Students Federation in 1967.


He was also a few of the younger leaders who were jailed for opposing Emergency.


He has served as a Congress MLA from Sirhind and Kharar, and changed into the deputy speaker all the way through Amarinder's first term as CM.


"I have returned to Panthic politics, from where I had started. There is a vacuum in the Panthic political space as Badals and their party are falling. This sphere should be filled by an outfit of Panthic outlook," he mentioned.


Former AISSF president Harinder Singh Kahlon also joined SAD (Taksali). Former MP Ratan Singh Ajnala, former minister Sewa Singh Sekhwan, and former MLAs Ravinder Singh Brahmpura and Amarpal Singh Ajnala, were also present on the match.


No comments