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Posted at: Sep 1, 2015, 2:09 AM; last updated: Sep 1, 2015, 1:46 AM (IST)

Mohali Mayor Kulwant rides a Bentley to office in style

Invites were sent to all councillors: Kulwant

  • Kulwant Singh said a formal invitation was sent to all councillors for the occasion. “Except Parkashwati, no councillor from the SAD-BJP combine came here. I wanted to tell them that they should now come out of the election mindset and join us for the development of the town,” said Kulwant Singh.

Akash Ghai

Tribune News Service

Mohali, August 31

Kulwant Singh, the first Mayor of Mohali and a multi-millionaire, today joined his office in style. The Janta Land Promoters Limited MD came in a swanky red Bentley car, worth around Rs 4.98 crore, to join the mayoral office. A convoy of other swanky cars, including Mercedes and BMWs, were following Kulwant Singh’s Bentley, which is said to have been purchased by him recently.

Kulwant Singh, who reached the Mohali MC Bhawan at around 11 am, was accompanied by Congress MLA Balbir Singh Sidhu, Senior Deputy Mayor Rishabh Jain and Deputy Mayor Manjit Singh Sethi, besides councillors of the Congress and the Azad Group. He joined office amid raising of slogans and distribution of sweets. After joining office, Kulwant Singh got his official brand new Innova vehicle from the Punjab Government. The annual turnover of Kulwant Singh’s companies is nearly Rs 1,500 crore.

Meanwhile, on expected lines, no SAD-BJP councillor except Parkashwati Kaur turned up at the MC Bhawan to witness the occasion.

Kulwant Singh said a formal invitation was sent to all councillors for the occasion. “Except Parkashwati, no councillor from the SAD-BJP combine came here today. I wanted to tell them that that they should now come out of the election mindset and join us for the development of the town,” said Kulwant Singh.

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