New Delhi, August 4
Former Advocate General of Punjab Anmol Rattan Sidhu will chair the Panjab University Alumni Association launched at a high-profile event in New Delhi this week.
The association will be co-chaired by former minister and sitting Lok Sabha MP of the BJP, Rajiv Pratap Rudy.
The event, where the first team of the association was elected unanimously, was attended by leading alumni of the university including Rajya Sabha MP Vikramjit Singh Sahney, Punjab MLA Kuljit Nagra, Regional Urban Infrastructure Committee of FICCI Chairman Vineet Nanda, among others.
The PU Alumni Association, set up with nearly 200 members to start with, elected the following among office-bearers for the maiden committee -- Ravinder Singh Sheoran, president; Surendra Deswal, vice president; Parul Mahajan, secretary and Vineet Nanda, treasurer.
Rudy spoke at the event recalling his journey from campus to public life. He noted, “Only Punjab could have accepted a student from Bihar as the secretary of the PU Campus Students Council. The reverse can’t happen.”
Rudy lauded the PUCCA saying, “The acronym reflects the spirit of Punjab.”
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