Beant Singh

Beant Singh

There are at least two people called Beant Singh:

*Beant Singh (assassin),who assassinated Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi
*Beant Singh (chief minister), the assassinated Chief Minister of the Punjab

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  • Kehar Singh — was tried and executed for conspiracy in the plot of Indira Gandhi assassination, carried out by Satwant Singh and Beant Singh. He was hanged in Tihar jail on January 6 1989.The assassination was motivated by Operation Blue Star which was carried …   Wikipedia

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  • Harcharan Singh Brar — (* 22. Januar 1922 in Sarai Naga; † 6. September 2009 in Chandigarh) war ein indischer Politiker der Kongresspartei. Vom 31. August 1995 bis zum 21. November 1996 war er Chief Minister des indischen Bundesstaates Punjab. Er war Nachfolger des… …   Deutsch Wikipedia