A septuagenarian, Captain Amarinder Singh helms one of the most stable Congress-led state governments today. Unlike other states where internecine power struggles perennially undermine or threaten incumbent chief ministers, Singh administers his state without much opposition. He has his share of detractors, but none have succeeded in measuring up to the CM who once served in the Sikh Regiment of the Indian Army. Having completed three years of his current term as CM, Singh is now firmly focused on the remaining two. He spoke to editor-in-chief Ruben Banerjee about the challenges that confront him and the Congress.
You have completed three years as Punjab CM. How would you rate your performance? Any disappointments?