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Congress To Amarinder Singh’s Spouse


Preneet Kaur has been given a deadline of seven days to elucidate herself.

Highlights

  • Preneet Kaur is Congress Lok Sabha MP from Patiala
  • Preneet Kaur is married to former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh
  • She not too long ago hinted she may be part of her husband in his new occasion

Chandigarh:

Congress MP Preneet Kaur has been requested to elucidate studies of her “anti-party” actions failing which disciplinary motion could be taken in opposition to her by the occasion. In a letter to her by Congress’s Punjab in-charge Harish Choudhary, he has mentioned they’ve been “continuously receiving” studies from the media and occasion leaders from Patiala about such actions. Ms Kaur is married to former Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, who has launched his personal political occasion and has vowed to dent his former occasion within the state. 

“We are also made aware of your open announcements in the media about siding with your husband’s party,” Mr Choudhary mentioned on this letter. Captain Singh floated the Punjab Lok Congress earlier this month and has mentioned it might contest all 117 seats within the upcoming state meeting elections. Mr Singh additionally mentioned that he would take into account a seat-sharing association with the BJP if the three contentious farm legal guidelines had been repealed. 

“Captain Amarinder Singh has always stood by the commitment he makes. Main apne parivaar de naal haan (I am with my family),” Preneet had reportedly mentioned whereas speaking to media at an occasion in Samana. She was replying to particular queries on whether or not she could be becoming a member of her husband’s political enterprise, The Indian Categorical had reported two days in the past.

Preneet Kaur has been given a deadline of seven days to elucidate herself. 

Ms Kaur has beforehand served within the Authorities of India as a Minister of State within the Ministry of Exterior Affairs from 2009 to 2014.



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