Charanjit Singh Channi, 49, becomes the Chief Minister of state when the assembly poll is just six months away. He will take the vow on Monday morning. The resistance BJP had before declared that whenever cast a ballot to control in Punjab, it will make a Dalit the central pastor. Charanjit Singh Channi will make a vow today as the following chief minister of Punjab, making him the main Dalit to hold the post in the express, a day after Captain Amarinder Singh surrendered following an unpleasant force tussle in the party. Sukhjinder Randhawa, who was the leader for the post only a couple of hours before Channi's arrangement, was given the post of vice president serve alongside Brahm Mohindra, AICC Treasurer Pawan Kumar Bansal according to the authorities. Channi, who met Governor Banwarilal Purohit to have a special interest in the top occupation in the survey bound state before long being chosen as the head of the Congress Legislature Party, will be confirmed on Monday, morning at 11 am. His vice president pastors will make vows alongside him. A choice on the new bureau will be taken later.
Senior Congress pioneer Harish Rawat on Sunday said the party will likewise attempt to welcome Captain Amarinder Singh ready and trusted that the choice to select a Dalit Chief Minister – a first in Punjab-will help the terrific old party in other survey bound states.
The party chose Channi after a whirlwind of counsels as the day progressed, following the unexpected undoing of an 11 am meeting of the Congress Legislature Party (CLP). A few names did the rounds throughout the following few hours and priest Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa had all the earmarks of being the reasonable leader for some time. Congress veteran Ambika Soni additionally told correspondents in Delhi that she was offered the post however declined. Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi is relied upon to go to the pledge taking the function of Charanjit Singh Channi as Punjab CM in Chandigarh today. Punjab CM assigns Charanjit Singh Channi as a three-time administrator from Chamkaur Sahib gathering voting public in the Rupnagar region.
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