Amarinder remembers late mom, talks about ‘work she did for Punjabi refugees’


Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, July 24

On her loss of life anniversary, Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh recalled his mom Mehtab Kaur’s teachings. 

The Captain on Friday talked concerning the work she did for Punjabi refugees through the partition. Taking to the microblogging web site, the Captain posted an image of his mom and himself.  

“My late mother has been a great source of inspiration since childhood. I vividly recall the work she did for the Punjabi refugees during Partition. Today on her death anniversary, I remember her for all her unconditional love and the values she instilled in me,” he wrote.

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