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Sunday, September 19, 2021
Captain Amarinder Singh resigns

A soldier, a military historian, a chef, an avid gardener, and a politician.  Former Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh is one of those rare political leaders who can traverse different fields with elan. But clearly, he failed to negotiate the political landmine, which is partly of his own making, in Punjab. Wracked by incidents of sacrilege, rampant drug abuse, and growing unemployment, the state saw a saviour in Amarinder.  But the government ran into a sandstorm in its very first year when a minister close to the CM was caught in a sand-mining scam. The glass, however, was still half-full for Amarinder as he managed to cleanse the state of gangsters.  And the slow pace of development was blamed on “tall promises” made by poll strategist Prashant Kishor.