Since 1947, Punjab has had fifteen manager ministers. The first was Gopi Chand Bhargava of the Indian National Punjab Congress party, who was affirmed on 15 August 1947, when India got self-sufficiency from the British. He was winning by related Congressman Bhim Sen Sachar, who was then along these lines supplanted taking after 188 days by past Chief Minister Gopi Chand Bhargava. After a brief term, President Rajendra Prasad put the Punjab Legislative Assembly under suspension for ninth months to help the state government begins acting mindfully. In 1952, the essential state choices happened for the Legislative Assembly. The delayed consequences of the race saw the entry of the Punjab Congress government with past Chief Minister Bhim Sen Sachar as its pioneer. After he surrendered in 1956, Partap Singh Kairon got the chance to be particularly supervisor priest. Serving until 1964, Khairon remain's one of Punjab's longest-serving supervisor clerics. He was trailed by the returning Chief Minister Gopi Chand Bhargava, who rapidly held office as acting manager cleric for only 15 days. In July 1964, Ram Kishan acknowledged the work environment and served for quite a while. His residency was trailed by the President's lead which continued for 119 days. In the midst of this time, the state of Haryana was detached from Punjab.
The essential supervisor pastor of the as of late re-composed state was Giani Gurmukh Singh Musafir who drove a Punjab Congress government from the Vidhan Parishad, one of only two to have done all things considered. Taking after 272 days under President's oversee, the Congress party returned to control under future President Zail Singh. A brief interlude under Surjit Singh Barnala took after, after which three Congress-drove governments took office—drove by Beant Singh from 1992 to 1995, Harcharan Singh Brar from 1995 to 1996 and Rajinder Kaur Bhattal from 1996 to 1997. In the wake of taking office, Rajinder Kaur Bhattal transformed into the main female manager minister of Punjab and when all is said in done the eighth female supervisor cleric in India.
The challenge of the Punjab Congress is the flourishing and progress of the overall public of India and the establishment in India, by quiet and ensured means, of a Socialist State in perspective of Parliamentary Democracy in which there is consistency of possibility and of political, financial and social rights and which goes for world peace and affiliation.
The Punjab Congress bears bona fide certainty and devotion to the Constitution of India as by law set up and to the measures of socialism, secularism and Democracy and would keep up the power, solidarity and genuineness of India.
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