Capt Amrinder Singh : we wrote before CM Punjab resigned as below,
Born after two daughters Heminder and Rupinder, on 11 March 1942, at 3.20 a.m. at the Moti Bagh Palace, in Patiala “.
He took oath on March 16, 2017 at 10:20 in Chandigarh as CM Punjab.
Punjab is to go for next election and Captain Amrinder singh has completed tenure and dissidents are bound to raise turmoil.
Saturn dasa set in the first week of Feb 2021 and pratyanter of Sun in Saturn bhukti has started from September 6 , 2021.
Saturn is causing “raj bhanga yoga” due to conjunction with mars in VI house. Saturn has bahya in Libra sign in XI house . Mars being lord of fifth indicate raj bhanga due to colleague in politics. Many of them do not want him to continue in power.
Venus is lord of bahya rasi, with bhadkesh in birth chart and in VIII in navamsa does not indicate favorable time for him.
Saturn is placed in Eight from arudha lagna shows repayment of debt and dasa may prove adverse is evident.
Coming to bhukti Sat in Saturn results will be shown by Mars The sign lord of opposite sign That is Mars in yama yoga.
Patyantra dasa lord is Sun an enemy of Dasa anda bhukti nath.
His quitting the throne is inevitable.
Let us watch the future development.
ABOUT CAPT: Indian politician, who was the 26th Chief Minister of Punjab. An elected Member of the Legislative Assembly from Patiala, he is also the president of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee, the state division of the Indian National Congress.
He has also previously served as the Chief Minister of Punjab from 2002-2007. His father was the last king of erstwhile state of Patiala. He also worked for the Indian Army from 1963 to 1966. In 1980, he won a seat in the Lok Sabha for the first time. He has also written books on war and Sikh history.
Singh is the son of Maharaja Sir Yadavindra Singh and Maharani Mohinder Kaur of Patiala belonging to the Phulkian dynasty. He attended the Loreto Convent, Tara Hall, Shimla and Lawrence School, Sanawar before going to The Doon School, Dehradun.
In October 1964, Praneet Kaur was married to Capt. Amarinder Singh in a match arranged by parents in the usual Indian tradition.
Amarinder Singh, who was serving as an officer in the Indian Army at the time of the wedding, succeeded his father as titular Maharaja of Patiala in 1974, whereupon Praneet Kaur became the Maharani of Patiala.
Praneet Kaur and Amarinder Singh are the parents of two children, a son Raninder Singh (born 1967) and one daughter Jai Inder Kaur (born 1966).
The wife of Sri Amrinder singh Srimati Preneet Kaur, served as an Member of Parliament and was Minister of State in the Ministry of External Affairs from 2009 to October 2012.
The elder sister Heminder Kaur is married to former Foreign Minister K. Natwar Singh. He is also related to Shiromani Akali Dal (A) supremo and former IPS Officer Simranjit Singh Mann. Mann’s wife and Amarinder Singh’s wife, Preneet Kaur, are sisters.
Singh served in the Indian Army from June 1963 to December 1966 after graduating from the National Defence Academy and the Indian Military Academy. He was commissioned into the Sikh Regiment. He served as the aide-de-camp to the General Officer Commanding-in-Chief Western Command, Lieutenant General Harbaksh Singh, from December 1964. He participated in the 1965 Indo-Pakistan war.
He was inducted into the Congress by Rajiv Gandhi, who was his friend from school and was first elected to the Lok Sabha in 1980. In 1984, he resigned from Parliament and from Congress as a protest against the Army action during Operation Blue Star. Subsequently, he joined the Shiromani Akali Dal was elected to the state legislature from Talwandi Sabo and became a minister in the state government for Agriculture, Forest, Development and Panchayats.
In 1992 he broke away from the Akali Dal and formed a splinter group named Shiromani Akali Dal (Panthic) which later merged with the Congress in 1998 (after his party’s crushing defeat in Vidhan Sabha election in which he himself was defeated from his own constituency where he got only 856 votes) after Sonia Gandhi took over the reins of the party. He was defeated by Prof Prem Singh Chandumajra from Patiala Constituency in 1998 by a margin of 33,251 votes. He served as the President of Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee on three occasions from 1999 to 2002, 2010 to 2013 and 2015 to 2017, he also became Chief Minister of Punjab in 2002 and continued until 2007.
In September 2008, a special committee of Punjab Vidhan Sabha, during the tenure of a government led by Akali Dal-Bharatiya Janata Party, expelled him on the count of regularities in the transfer of land related to the Amritsar Improvement Trust. In 2010, the Supreme Court of India held his expulsion unconstitutional on the grounds that it was excessive and unconstitutional.
He was appointed as chairman of Punjab Congress Campaign Committee in 2008. Captain Amarinder Singh is also a Permanent Invitee to the Congress Working Committee since 2013. He defeated senior BJP leader Arun Jaitley by a margin of more than 102,000 votes in 2014 general elections. He has been a member of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha for five terms representing Patiala (Urban) thrice, Samana and Talwandi Sabo once each.
On 27 November 2015, Amarinder Singh was appointed President of Punjab Congress in the run up to Punjab elections slated for 2017. On 11 March 2017 Congress Party won the State Assembly Elections under his leadership.
Amarinder Singh was sworn in as the 26th Chief Minister of Punjab on 16 March 2017 at Punjab Raj Bhavan, Chandigarh. The oath of office was administered by the Punjab governor, V.P. Singh Badnore. He was appointed president of the Jat Mahasabha in 2013.
To be continued : party formation