New Delhi/Chandigarh :
Punjab Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday took the oath as Punjab chief minister for the second time. His first term in the office was between 2002 and 2007.
Congress won Punjab Assembly elections with a comfortable win on 77 seats, while SAD-BJP alliance managed only 18 seats, while new entrant Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP won 20 seats.
Apart from swearing-in ceremony, all eyes were on Navjot Singh’s role in the new cabinet. Cricketer and TV Host, Sidhu had joined Congress only 19 days prior to elections and has stated that he will quit everything else if given a cabinet position.