- Manpreet Singh Badal
Manpreet Badal MLA, Punjab In office
May 1995 - Present
Constituency Gidderbaha Personal details Born 26 July 1962
Sri Muktsar Sahib, Punjab
Political party People's Party of Punjab Spouse(s) Vinu Badal Children Arjun Badal
Residence Badal, Punjab Religion Sikhism
Manpreet Singh Badal (born July 26, 1962) is the leader of the People's Party of Punjab. He was first elected in 1995 an MLA for the Gidderbaha constitency.
Manpreet was born in Sri Muktsar Sahib, Punjab on July 26, 1962. He was born to Gurdas Singh Badal, who was related to current Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal During his college days, he was a keen basketball player. Manpreet graduated from The Doon School and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from St. Stephen's College, Delhi. He later graduated from the University of London with a LL.B.
He was elected to the Punjab Legislative Assembly in a by-election in May 1995 and re-elected in 1997, 2002 and 2007. He resigned as a member of the Shiromani Akali Dal in March 2010 following differences over governance issues. In November 2010, Badal launched the People's Party of Punjab.. Remained Member of General Purposes Committee of Punjab Vidhan Sabha and Chief Whip of SAD Legislature Party in the Punjab Vidhan Sabha; working as Spokesman and Incharge, Media & Publicity Wing of SAD. Visited Iraq to see the system of agriculture farming as a Member of Punjab Delegation. Travels/ Countries – Most of the European countries, North America And south East Asia.
Manpreet Singh Badal neither has any security cover nor does he use red light. He said: “I am in public life on my own choice and feel no threat to my life from any body”. He had told the police authorities that he did not need static police guards at his residence. The police authorities said, the deployment of static guards there to protect the government property and not for his security. He often drive his own vehicle.
Permanent Address- VPO Badal, District – Muktsar
2012 Assembly Elections
Manpreet Badal's Led Sanjha Morcha constituent of Communist Party of India, Communist Party of India (Marxist) and Shiromani Akali Dal (Longowal) organized a massive rally at Dhidike Village of Moga District to launch Izzat Sambhal Yatra. Izzat Sambhal Yatra will cover all the districts of Punjab before 2012 assembly elections. According to the estimate about 2 Lakh people participated at Impressive rally at killi Chahalan Village. Prominent and famous Punjabi Comedian Bhagwant Maan who recently joined hands with People's Party of Punjab also spoke at this rally. Communist leaders spoke at this rally was CPI state secretary Nirmal Singh Dhaliwal, CPI National Secretary A B Bardhan, Prakash Karat secretary of the CPM. Former Chief Minister of Punjab Surjit Singh Barnala also spoke at this rally. Manpreet Badal is one of the clean and non corrupt leader in the recent history of Punjab Politics.
| image =
- ^ Manpreet Badal resigns as MLA; likely to float new party. Indianexpress.com (2011-03-26). Retrieved on 2011-05-15.
- ^ Rebel Akali Says His New Party Will Be Secular | Link Newspaper. Thelinkpaper.ca (2011-03-26). Retrieved on 2011-05-15.
Current members of the Punjab Legislative Assembly Akali Dal
Parkash Singh Badal · Kahlon · Lodhinangal · Bath · Sekhwan · Langah · G. Singh · Kang · Majithia · D. Singh · M. Singh · Bolarialli · Anjnala · Ranike · H. Singh · Mianwind · Brahampura · A. Singh · V. Singh · U. Kaur · Makkar · Brar · Chander · Kohar · Bhullar · S. Singh · Kariha · M. Lal · N. Lal · Thandal · M. Kaur · Dhugga · S.A. Singh · U.Singh · Bunny · Shivalik · Dhanda · Gabria · B. Singh · J. Singh · S. Badal · J. Singh · S. Singh · Nakai · Ghunas · H. Singh · Shivalik · Dhindsa ·
Manoranjan Kalia · Sahni · S. Ram · M. Lal · D. Singh · Joshi · Chawla · S. Ram · Bhandari · Bhagat · Sahi · A. Kumar · Bedi · Gosain · S. Kumar · S. Singh · Khurana ·
Amarinder Singh · Soni · Sarkaria · S. Singh · R. Kaur · Samra · Goldy · Sud · K. Singh · B. Singh · Bhaini · Pardhaan · Khangura · T. Singh · I. Singh · Jakhar · G. Singh N. Kumar J. Singh R. Singh A. Brar K. Singh D. Brar M. Singh Jassi Bhatti Kangar S. Singh Bansal A. Singh L. Singh H. Kaur Sibia Dhiman Dhillon Sultana Bhathal N. Singh Mahindra K. Bhattal R. Singh S. Singh D. Singh
Gilzian · Channi · M. Badal · A. Singh · Jhundan · Thekedar ·
Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.
Look at other dictionaries:
Parkash Singh Badal — (* 8. Dezember 1927 im Dorf Abul Khuruna, Distrikt Faridkhot, Punjab, Indien) ist ein indischer Politiker. Biografie Badal begann seine politische Laufbahn bereits vor der Souveränität Indiens und trat 1947 der Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), einer… … Deutsch Wikipedia
List of Doon School alumni — Old boys of The Doon School are popularly known as Doscos, although the more correct term is ex Doscos since within Doon itself current pupils are known as Doscos, and alumni are referred to as ex Doscos or, more simply, as Old Boys. The term… … Wikipedia
List of Doon School alumni (Doscos) — Alumni of the Doon School, who are also known as Doscos, include some of India s most prominent business leaders and innovators. Listed below are a selection of Doscos who have lead major enterprises, primarily in India:Armed ForcesIndian Air… … Wikipedia
List of Punjabis — This is a full spectrum list of famous and prominent Punjabi people from the Punjab region of Northern India, Pakistan and the emigrant Punjabi Diaspora worldwide, including in the EU, US, Canada and other places History *Charaka *Panini *Porus… … Wikipedia
List of Jats — The Jat (Jatt or Jutt جاٹ یا جٹ) people is a 31 million strong ethnic group spread over of north west India and Pakistan and with large populations living in the EU, US, Canada, Australia and UK. This is a partial list of the Jat people born in… … Wikipedia