Punjab Congress President Amarinder Singh Raja Vading took charge, took over in place of Sidhu

Chandigarh | Amarinder Singh Raja Vading: With the defeat of the Congress in the Punjab Assembly elections, as well as the loss of his chair from Congress State President Navjot Singh Sidhu, the newly appointed President of the Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee, Amarinder Singh Raja Vading was officially inaugurated today in Chandigarh. Took charge in the presence of leaders. It is worth noting that Bhagwant Mann of Aam Aadmi Party has been elected as CM on the power of Punjab and he has also completed one month of his tenure.

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Was made the head of the state unit of Congress on 9th April
Notably, 44-year-old Vading, a former transport minister, was made the state unit chief of the Congress on April 9. He has been a three-time MLA from Giddarbaha constituency in Muktsar district.

Something like this has been the political journey of Vading
Amarinder Singh Raja Vading’s Congress party has a lot of power. At the age of 22, under the guidance of former Congress MP Jagmeet Singh Brar, Vading was elected President of the Block Youth Congress of Sri Muktsar Sahib for the first time in the year 2000. After this, in the year 2005, he was appointed as the national spokesperson of Youth Congress. In the year 2008, he got the post of Vice President of Punjab Youth Congress and in 2009 he became the National General Secretary of the organization. After this, Vading was fielded by the Congress party in the 2012 assembly elections from Giddarbaha. By winning which Captain Amarinder Singh became the Finance Minister in the government. After this, Vading took himself to this position by winning the first 2017 and then the assembly elections in 2022.

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