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Sukhwinder Singh Bindra appointed Chairman of Punjab Youth Development Board

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Chandigarh, August 28, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

The Punjab Government has reconstituted Punjab Youth Development Board and appointed Youth Congress leader Sukhwinder Singh Bindra as its new Chairman.

Bindra who is an Engineer by profession is a Media Spokesperson of Punjab Congress and also its General Secretary.

He has been active in Youth Congress from last 12 years and remained closely associated with Capt Amarinder Singh.

Advocate Vikram Kamboj has been named as vice-chairman of the Board.

Seven members have also been appointed.


1. Sukhwinder Singh Bindra – Chairman

2. Vikram Kamboj, Advocate – Vice Chairman

3. Ms. Poonam Thakur – Member

4. Akashdeep Singh Lally – Member

5. Nirmal Singh Dulat – Member

6. Dr. Anchal Arora, Asst. Prof. Khalsa College, Amritsar – Member

7. Sh. Jaswinder Singh Dhuna – Member

8. Sh. Rupinder Singh Rubby – Member

9. Sh. Lakhbir Singh – Member

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