Preparations are in full swing for the assembly elections to be held in five states. Congress has released the first list of 86 candidates for the Punjab Assembly elections today. Polling will be held in one phase in Punjab in which all the 117 seats in the state will go to polls. Voting will be held on February 14 and counting of votes will be done on March 10.
In Punjab, the names of many senior leaders including Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, party’s state president Navjot Singh Sidhu, Deputy Chief Minister Suchinder Randhawa and OP Soni are included. But a name has come to the fore in which the Congress camp has said goodbye. Congress MLA from Moga Harjot Kamal has joined BJP. There is a big reason behind this. Congress gave ticket to Malvika Sood by Moga vote. But Harjot was opposed to giving ticket to Kamal Malvika.
Harjot Kamal had met at the residence of the new Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi, during which he had said that my ticket is not confirmed yet, but when the ticket was confirmed, he gave Harjot a side. After this, Malvika got a ticket. After joining BJP, Harjot Kamal says that I have family relations with JP Nadda. Because of which I have come to the party. You, I have found a face in the party who will campaign well for the party.
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In which Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi will contest from Chamkaur Sahib. Punjab Deputy CM Sukhwinder Singh Randhawa will contest from Dera Baba Nanak seat. Navjot Singh Sidhu will contest from Amritsar. Sonu Sood’s sister Malvika Sood will be the Congress candidate from Moga. Of the 117 assembly seats in Punjab, 34 seats are reserved. The term of the Punjab Assembly is going to end on March 27. Now to form the government in Punjab, any party or alliance will have to get the figure of 59 seats.
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