25.09.2012 [Chandigarh Tribune] - Gurdaspur MP Partap SinghBajwa and Rohtak MP Deepender Singh Hooda have welcomed the decision. Bajwa said the remaining demands of serving officers should be met immediately, while Hooda praised Sonia Gandhi for the move. Explaining the
25.09.2012 [Chandigarh Tribune] - Chandigarh Capt, Bajwa hail relief to ex-servicemen: PCC president Capt Amarinder Singh and Gurdaspur MP Partap SinghBajwa have welcomed the Centre's decision to implement the "one rank one pension" scheme for all ex-servicemen in the country.
is a member of the Lok Sabha. In 2009, he was elected to represent the Gurdaspur area over three-termer Vinod Khanna, with a margin of 8,342 votes. Partap SinghBajwa had already sat as a Member of the Legislative Assembly for Punjab. He is the son of slain Akali leader Satnam SinghBajwa. He has served as a cabinet minister under S. Beant Singh and Captain Amarinder Singh.
16.10.2012 [Hindustan Times] - Calling the Punjab government and its police force incompetent, Gurdaspur member of Parliament (MP) Partap SinghBajwa has demanded that the Shruti Sachdeva abduction case be handed over to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).
16.10.2012 [Indian Express] - Even as Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Tuesday announced an ex-gratia grant of Rs 1 lakh each for families of the 21 people who died due to cholera in Batala, Gurdaspur MP Partap SinghBajwa alleged discrimination against Majha
15.10.2012 [Indian Express] - Vinod Khanna, who lost in the 2009 Parliamentary polls to Partap SinghBajwa of the Congress, has started a flurry of activity at the constituency in the recent past. After attending a Bharatiya Janta Yuva Morcha (BJYM) rally in the constituency, Vinod
11.10.2012 [Hindustan Times] - "State unit president Capt Amarinder Singh, Gurdaspur MP Partap SinghBajwa and former CM Rajinder Kaur Bhattal lead separate groups within the state unit. The divisions have weakened the party and bewildered the members," the leaders are learnt to
08.05.2009 We want the government to declare them heritage property and do the needful to safeguard them for future generations," stated Bakshi. Partap SinghBajwa, Congress candidate for the Gurdaspur parliamentary seat, agreed.