Bikram Singh Majithia

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Bikram Singh Majithia
MLA, Punjab
In office
2007 - Present
Preceded by Swinder Singh
Constituency Majitha
Minister for Information & Public Relations
In office
2007 - Present
Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal
Preceded by Capt. Amarinder Singh
Minister for Environment & Non- Conventional Energy
In office
2007 - Present
Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal
Preceded by Capt. Amarinder Singh
Minister for Water Supply & Sanitation
In office
2007 - 2012
Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal
Preceded by Capt. Amarinder Singh
Succeeded by Jagir Kaur
Minister for Science Technology
In office
2007 - 2012
Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal
Preceded by Rakesh Pandey
Succeeded by Parkash Singh Badal
Minister for Revenue & Rehablitation
In office
2012 - Present
Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal
Preceded by Ajit Singh Kohar
Minister for NRI Affairs
In office
2012 - Present
Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal
Preceded by Parkash Singh Badal
Personal details
Political party Shiromani Akali Dal
Spouse(s) Ganieve Grewal
Children 2 Sons
Religion Sikhism

Bikram Singh Majithia is an Indian politician and a Cabinet Minister in the Punjab Government. He won 2007 Punjab Vidhan Sabha elections from the Majitha constituency and again won in 2012.[1] He belongs to the ruling Shiromani Akali Dal and is president of its Youth Wing.[2][3]


He was born in 1976.[4] His father Satyajit Singh Majithia is a former Deputy Defence Minister. He is younger brother of Bathinda MP Harsimrat Kaur Badal and hence brother-in-law of Deputy Chief Minister of Punjab Sukhbir Singh Badal. He is married to Ganieve Grewal. He has 2 Sons.

Political career[edit]

He first won the Punjab Vidhan Sabha elections from the Majitha constituency in 2007.[5] Again in 2012 Punjab elections, he was the elected MLA.[1] Subsequently he was inducted into the Punjab Cabinet[6] and made Punjab revenue and rehabilitation minister.[7][8][9]

In 2014, he created a controversy by distorting a Sikh religious hymn while campaigning for Lok Sabha Elections. He later apologized and was asked to do religious penance at the five temporal seats of Sikhs.[10]

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