Kultar Singh Sandhwan: Speaker and Punjab Vidhan Sabha – Age, Biography, Family, Father, Qualification, Contact Number: A piece of news is coming into the headlines straight from Chandigarh, Punjab. It is about Kultar Sandhwan who was unanimously elected speaker of the 16th Punjab Vidhan Sabha. The news has been going viral on all social media platforms. Many of his admirers are sending congratulatory messages to him on social media platforms. It is a happy moment for him and his family. People have been wishing him for his victory. Since the news broke out, everyone has been searching for details about Kultar Sandhwan. In this article, we are going to share some essential details about the newly elected speaker of the 16th Punjab Vidhan Sabha. Follow More Update On Princekallz.com
Who Is Kultar Singh Sandhwan?
On Monday, Kultar Sandhwan was unanimously elected speaker of the 16th Punjab Vidhan Sabha. Earlier, the Assembly session resumed. The proceedings started with the two BJP MLAs- Ashwani Sharma and Jangi Lal after being administered the oath as MLA. The House began proceedings for the election of the speaker. The chief minister Bhagwant Mann tendered the name of Kultar Sandhwan and Harpal Cheema seconded the motion. He was unanimously elected speaker and Mann led him to his chair in the house. After this announcement, all the MLAs congratulated Sandhwan.
Kultar Singh Sandhwan Biography
Talking about Kultar Singh Sandhwan, he is an Indian politician and the MLA representing the Kotkapura Assembly Constituency. He is also a member of the Aam Aadmi Party. Not much information about him is available on the internet. He was born in Punjab. He is currently 46 years old famous politician who has gained a huge name and fame in the political community. He will succeed Congress leader Rana Kanwar Pal Singh. His grandfather, Jangir Singh, and Giani Zail Singh were brothers.
Kultar Singh Sandhwan: Age, Biography, Family, Father, Qualification, Contact Number
He completed his automobile engineering in 1997 from Karnataka. Later, in 2002, he became a part of active politics. From 2003 to 2008, he became a Congress-backed sarpanch of Sandhwan village. He became a part of AAP when the party began its membership drive in the year 2012. He also served as the chief minister of Punjab for 5 years (1972-1977), moreover, holding several posts in the state and central governments. On 21 March 2022, he was unanimously elected speaker of the 16th Punjab Vidhan Sabha. Stay tuned with us for more updates.