Punjab News: After forming the government in Punjab, the Aam Aadmi Party has started trying to establish its roots deeper. Now AAP has taken a step towards strengthening the party’s organization in Punjab in view of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections 2024. For this, AAP announced the working president of the Punjab unit soon after yesterday’s mega rally organized at Delhi’s Ramlila Maidan. It has declared MLA Budhram from Budhlada assembly seat in Mansa district of the state as working president. Please tell that CM Bhagwant Mann was handling the responsibility of the current president of Punjab AAP State Unit.
Big decision taken after the rally
Let us tell you that the responsibility of the post of the current President of Punjab AAP State Unit is with CM Mann. Since the CM has a high work schedule, due to paucity of time, the party felt the need to appoint a working president. Along with this, the party also announced four State Vice Presidents, General Secretaries and Youth Wing Presidents among other office bearers. In which MLA from Batala Amansher Singh Kalsi, MLA from Urmar Jasveer Singh Raja Gill, MLA from Muktsar Jagdeep Singh Kaka Brar and MLA from Khanna Tarunpreet Singh Sound have been appointed as state vice-presidents of AAP.
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General Secretary and Youth Wing President
In other organizational appointments of the party, party leader Jagroop Singh Sekhavan has been appointed as the state general secretary, while Dharamkot MLA Devinderjit Singh Laddi has been appointed as the state president of the youth wing of the party. Along with these appointments, CM Mann tweeted and congratulated all the newly appointed office bearers.
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