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|Minister of State for External Affairs|
28 May 2009 – 17 May 2014
|Prime Minister||Manmohan Singh|
|Preceded by||Anand Sharma|
|Succeeded by||V K Singh|
|Member of Parliament|
10 October 1999 – 18 May 2014
|Preceded by||Prem Singh Chandumajra|
|Succeeded by||Dharamvir Gandhi|
3 October 1944 |
Punjab, British India
|Political party||Indian National Congress|
|Spouse(s)||Amarinder Singh (1964-present)|
Jai Inder Kaur
|Residence||New Moti Bagh Palace, Patiala, India|
Preneet Kaur (born 3 October 1944) is an Indian politician and former minister in the Government of India. She joined the Congress party, to which her husband also belongs, and contested parliamentary elections repeatedly from the Patiala constituency. She won the elections of 1999, 2004 and 2009, but lost her seat in the elections of 2014. She served as a Minister of State in the Ministry of External Affairs during the years 2009-14.
Kaur attended St. Bede's College, Shimla and graduated from The Convent of Jesus and Mary, Shimla. In October 1964, she married to former Chief Minister Amarinder Singh. The couple have one son Raninder Singh and one daughter Jai Inder Kaur (b.1966).
Prior to entering politics, Preneet was instrumental in founding Sanjeevani, an institution in Patiala for differently-abled children. In 1999 she was elected from the Patiala Lok Sabha constituency. She was re-elected in 2004 and served on Food, Civil Supplies and Public Distribution, Women's Empowerment, Public Undertakings and Water Resources at various times. She also served on the Consultative Committees attached to the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas. She was again re-elected in 2009 and was appointed Minister of State in the Ministry of External Affairs.
Preneet Kaur's name was found in the illegal black money case account holders lists given by the Swiss banks. 
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