Narinder Kaur Wikipedia, Husband, Journalist, Kohinoor, Instagram
Narinder Kaur Wikipedia, Husband, Journalist, Kohinoor, Instagram – Indian politician and attorney Narinder Kaur Bharaj represents the Sangrur Assembly constituency in the legislature. In the elections of 2022, she defeated Vijay Inder Singla, an incumbent cabinet member who belonged to the Indian National Congress. She also became Punjab’s youngest MLA. She also serves as the Aam Aadmi Party’s district youth president.
Narinder Kaur Bio
|Age||28 years old|
|Date Of Birth||17 August 1994|
|Zodiac Sign||Not Known|
|Political Party||Aam Aadmi Party|
Narinder Kaur’s Marital Status
|Spouse Name||Mandeep Singh|
|Married Date||Not Known|
Narinder Kaur Collection & Net Worth
|Net Worth in Dollars||Not Known|
Narinder Kaur’s Social Media Accounts
Narinder Kaur News
For the coronation of Britain’s King Charles, Queen Consort Camilla is reportedly not going to wear the Queen Mother’s crown set with the Kohinoor diamond. The controversy over whether or not the Kohinoor should be returned to India has been reignited by the announcement made by Buckingham Palace.
Emma Webb, a writer and GB News presenter, asserted on a well-known UK television programme that the ownership of the diamond can be contested, but Narinder Kaur, another broadcaster, shot back, stating, “You do not know history.”
“Is Pakistan going to get a claim on it?” the questioner said. “The ruler was also the ruler of Lahore.” Emma Webb enquired. From the Persian empire, they took it. This object is in dispute since the Persian empire invaded the Mughal empire, Emma Webb continued.
Narinder Kaur replied, “You don’t understand history. It stands for colonisation and violence. Return it to India. Why an Indian child from India needs to fly to the UK to inspect it and pay for it is beyond me.
Narinder Kaur tweeted about it and stated, “The Kohinoor diamond was created on Indian soil. It stands for the British people’s violent, dark colonial past. They have NO BUSINESS gaining from colonisation in the future. The UN acknowledges a nation’s right to recover its treasures.