Maninderjeet Singh Bitta

Maninderjeet Singh Bitta

Maninderjeet Singh Bitta (also M S Bitta) is the chairman of the All-India Anti-Terrorist Front (AIATF), and former chief of the Indian Youth Congress.

Bitta was made the president of Indian Youth Congress by P. V. Narasimha Rao.

On September 11, 1993 Bitta survived a deadly attack on him at Indian youth congress premises on Raisina Road, New Delhi resulting in death of 13 security guards, Bitta suffered injuries resulting in loss of his one leg.

He was also a Minister in Punjab Govt. in the govt of Beant Singh (chief minister). Bitta left politics to become a full time social worker supporting the widows of Kargil War soldiers, 2001 Indian Parliament attack soldiers. He is povided with Z+ security for lifetime.

On November 6, 2004, he joined a rally in New Delhi staged with students supporting U.S. President George W. Bush’s re-election. Recently Bitta said that India should emulate Israel in evolving anti-terrorist strategies.

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