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Capt Amarinder shares ‘beautiful memory’ on Daughter’s Day

Capt Amarinder shares ‘beautiful memory’ on Daughter’s Day
Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh shared a heartfelt note for his ''biggest blessing'', his daughter, Jai Inder Kaur. Photo credit: Twitter.

Tribune Web Desk 
Chandigarh, September 22

It’s not just Bollywood that’s celebrating Daughter’s Day. Politicians like Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh and Congress leader Manish Tiwari have also shared heartfelt messages on social media.   

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh penned an emotional note for his “biggest blessing”—his daughter Jai Inder Kaur. 

Sharing a series of pictures on Thursday, Amarinder wrote: “A beautiful memory of @preneet_kaur & me with our daughter, Jai Inder Kaur. You've been my biggest blessing since I first held you & seeing you working for the welfare of those in need with such dedication fills me with pride! #DaughtersDay #ProudFather”.

A “doting father”, Congress leader Manish Tiwari called his daughter his “greatest gift.”

He wrote: “Ask any doting father and he will tell you how blessed he is to have a daughter. So full of love, compassion & strength, my daughter has been my greatest gift ever since I held her in my arms the first time & I continue to learn from her everyday! #Daughtersday.” 

Meanwhile, Mehbooba Mufti’s daughter Iltija wrote an emotional note for her mother, whose preventive detention entered its 48th day on Sunday. Her daughter wrote: “In normal circumstances, Id have bullied you into calling me your favourite daughter on #DaughtersDay. But these aren’t ordinary times. It’s been 48 days since you were taken from us. Hardest are days when I dream of you & wake up with an agonising pain in my heart. Love you mum”. 


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