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Capt Amarinder had gifted a house to his girlfriend Aroosa


In 2007, Amarinder gifted a house to Aroosa in Pakistan

The incumbent PPCC Chief and the former Punjab Chief Minister, Capt Amarinder Singh had gifted a house to his girlfriend Aroosa Alam in Pakistan during his tenure as a CM of Punjab.

In 2005, both came in touch with each other and the friendship turned into a strong affair. When the matter came into limelight, Aroosa visited India so many times and she had even claimed that she is a friend of Amarinder publicly.

In 2007, Amarinder gifted a house to Aroosa worth Rs 10 crore

captain amarinder crocodile tears

The news of the love affair of the couple had hit the headlines in India and Pakistan. At that time, it was proved that the former CM had gifted a costly house to Aroosa. It was even confirmed that Aroosa had bought a new house in posh locality in Islamabad. It was not possible for a journalist to buy such a costly house.

Capt Amarinder helped Aroosa to get multi entry special visa of India

When they both became close friends, Capt Amarinder Singh during his tenure as Punjab CM had introduced Aroosa to then Indian Ambassador in Pakistan, Shiv Shakar Menon. At that time, the UPA government was in regime and Amarinder during his Pak visit had introduced her to Menon. Due to the influence with Menon, she got a multi entry special visa of India. That is a rare privilege for a Pakistani journalist.

Amarinder misused his position to purchase house for Aroosa

During his term as Chief Minister of Punjab, Capt Amarinder Singh misused his position and with the illegal black money from his unknown foreign bank accounts the payment was made to purchase the luxurious bungalow for Aroosa in Pakistan. Pakistani media had highlighted the issue at that time and questions were rose against Aroosa regarding the payment made for the flat. The government agencies of Pakistan had also questioned her regarding her source of income for the house. But, the matter was cooled down after some time.




PPCC Chief offers 75 seats to the Political harlots


Congress welcomes the turncoats in party fold

The Punjab Pradesh Congress Committee Chief and former Chief Minister of Punjab, Capt Amarinder Singh has welcomed the turncoats in the party fold.

As per the information, the party has been offering assembly seats to the political leaders who are capable to win the poll in their respective constituency.

Capt Amarinder said that the party would field the turncoats from different assembly seats. The move hinted that the party has been lacking the capable candidates for the 2017 polls.

Everything is fare in love and politics

Aroosa Alam Capt. Amarinder Singh

For Capt Amarinder Singh, everything is fare in love and politics. He has proved the saying by admitting his friendship with his girlfriend, Aroosa Alam who hails from Pakistan.

In politics, he has been introducing his new concept of welcoming the other party leaders who had tasted defeat in 2012 elections.  He said win ability would be the sole criterion to decide candidates and there were 75 seats where the party had no candidates. “We have 42 MLAs, and on the remaining 75 seats we will have to field defeated candidates who have the potential to win or find new ones,” the former CM said.

Party baiting by offering seats to traitors

In the past, the Congress has been welcoming many into its fold and the joining of every leader and celebrity is being described as unconditional.

In January, as Congress-turned-Akali leaders Deepinder Dhillon and Harinder Mann returned to the party, Amarinder had said that at times good candidates got left out of ticket distribution but no seats had been promised. But close aides of both Dhillon and Mann claim that after being left high and dry once by the Congress, both had joined only after being promised tickets.

So was Sufi singer Hans Raj Hans, who, too, had claimed that he had joined hands with the Congress in February “to see Punjab prosper and grow”. In less than a month, Hans prospered to the Congress list of Rajya Sabha nominees, only to be dropped unceremoniously.

 Capt Amarinder to dupe old timers

A senior party leader on anonymity basis said, “Even the MLAs rallying behind Amarinder cannot be sure of getting a ticket. When tickets are decided in the Congress, many factors come into play, including kinship, loyalists of Punjab and Delhi leaders and caste and religion permutations. While it helps a political party in the perception game to be seen as sought after, creating too many ticket contenders will only muddy the waters once the race for tickets begins.”