S. Bir Devinder Singh

Sardar Bir Devinder Singh  is an Indian Politician from the state of Punjab. He was the deputy speaker of the Punjab Legislative Assembly between 2003 and 2004.[1][2] S. Bir Devinder Singh is a man of acumen who works with conviction though it would not go well with the most of the practicing politicians and because of which he has been kept away from the power with the connivance of the ruling Congress and erstwhile rulers of the state, Akali Dal-BJP. Bir Devinder Singh vows by clean practices for which he has been awarded the Best Parliamentarian yet the ticket from the Congress bandwagon eluded him because they deemed him unfit despite the award

Bir Devinder Singh is a name synonymous with truth and honesty in the political scenario of Punjab. After graduating as a leader of All India Sikh Students Federation, Bir Devinder Singh was roped in by the Congress to fight election from Sirhind in 1980 which he won with a handsome margin and thus opened the Political doors for him to serve the people of Punjab and he excelled in the political affairs of the constituency by working for improving literacy of the state, improving health and sanitation of the people and building the infrastructure of the Sirhind district

Then he came to power again in 2002 on the Congress ticket and was promptly made a Deputy Speaker for his vocal strengths and intelligent questioning in the affairs of the state. During his tenure as a Deputy Speaker, he worked diligently for Mohali, getting the stature of a district for Mohali and establishing Greater Mohali Area on the lines of Noida.