Barjinder Singh Hamdard

Barjinder Singh Hamdard is the managing editor of the Punjabi newspaper Daily Ajit and he is also an ex-parliamentarian of India's upper house, Rajya Sabha. He is the son of famous Punjabi journalist and writer Sadhu Singh Hamdard. Hamdard led a coalition in opposition to Amarinder Singh after Singh took office and withdrew government advertising from Ajit newspapers.

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Barjinder Singh Hamdard is the managing editor of the Punjabi newspaper Daily Ajit[1] and he is also an ex-parliamentarian of India's upper house, Rajya Sabha.[2] He is the son of famous Punjabi journalist and writer Sadhu Singh Hamdard.

Punjabi politics

Hamdard led a coalition in opposition to Amarinder Singh after Singh took office and withdrew government advertising from Ajit newspapers.[3]

References

  1. Punjab 2000: political and socio-economic developments. Anamika Publishers & Distributors. 2001. p. 319.
  2. D. Y. Giri Babu (2001). The parliament of India directory: members of Lok Sabha/Rajya Sabha, parliamentary committees. Adset Communications. p. 3.
  3. "SAD, BJP, BSP criticise Punjab govt". Times of India. 2002-05-07. Retrieved 2013-05-27.
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