Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Sidhu appointed four advisers

Sidhu appointed four advisers

On Wednesday, Punjab Congress president Navjot Singh Sidhu appoint four advisers, including Lok Sabha, former IPS officer Mohammad Mustafa, and Dr. Amar Singh, to seek their “wise counsel” on party affairs in the state.

Sidhu appointed four advisers, including Dr. Pyare Lal Garg and Malwinder Singh Mali, have been appointed immediately.

He wrote in the appointment order.

“I personally hold each of them in consider high, for the vision and work to visulize a healthier future for every Punjabi in India,”

Despite strong opposition from CM Amarinder Singh, Mr. Sidhu was appointed the Punjab Congress president by the party leadership.
Party appointed four working presidents with Mr. Sidhu.

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Amar Singh

A retired 1981-batch IAS officer of the MP team is currently a Member of Parliament from Fatehgarh. He worked with Sidhu as an adviser when the latter was a local government minister in a current government.

The former official quit the post in Feb 2018, and then he got elected as a Member of Parliament in the 2019 year.

“I am a party worker. I will perform whatever role the Party gives to ensure that it comes in power in 2022,” the MP said, thanking Sidhu. Most other Congress Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha members from Punjab are backing chief minister Capt Amarinder Singh.

Mustafa’s wife, Razia Sultana, is a cabinet minister and has sided with Sidhu. A retired IPS officer of the 1985-batch, Mustafa, was superseded by 1987-batch officer Dinkar Gupta when he was appointed the state police chief by the Amarinder Singh government in February 2019. He challenged the appointment in the court.

Sidhu appointed four advisers before Punjab assembly election


He is a social activist and former registrar of Baba Farid University of Health Sciences.

Mali retired from the service of government, where he worked with the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) as a scriptwriter and now regularly comments on political affairs on social media and television channels. He has been severely criticizing Amarinder.

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