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Congress broadcasts 23 extra applicants for Punjab polls, fields former CM Harcharan Brar’s relative from Muktsar

Through PTI

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Tuesday launched its 2d record of 23 applicants for Punjab meeting elections, fielding former leader minister Harcharan Singh Brar’s daughter-in-law Karan Brar from Muktsar.

With this, the birthday celebration has to this point introduced 109 applicants of the full 117 meeting seats in Punjab.

Punjab Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu’s aide Smit Singh has been fielded from Amargarh meeting seat, whilst former Punjab leader minister Rajinder Kaur Bhathal’s son-in-law Vikram Bajwa were given the price tag from Sahnewal meeting constituency.

Former Punjab minister Ashwani Sekhri has been once more fielded from his Batala meeting seat, which he misplaced closing time.

Former MLA Harchand Kaur has been fielded from Mehal Kalan (SC) constituency.

Sitting MLA from Bhoa (SC) seat Joginder Pala has been fielded from the similar constituency and Ramanjeet Singh Sikki from Khadoor Sahib constituency.

The birthday celebration has additionally fielded Vijay Kalra from Guru Har Sahai, after its sitting MLA Rana Gurjeet Singh Sodhi converted to the BJP.

Ashu Bangar, who converted to the Congress from the AAP, has been fielded from Ferozepur rural.

The birthday celebration has dropped Amrik Singh Dhillon from Samrala and fielded Raja Gill in his position.

The birthday celebration denied price tag to the sitting MLAs of Ferozepur Rural, Samrala, Amargarh and Shutrana meeting seats.

Particularly, the Congress is but to announce the applicants from 8 meeting seats, together with Patiala City from the place former leader minister Amarinder Singh is the sitting legislator.

Amarinder Singh had just lately floated the Punjab Lok Congress and is contesting the election in alliance with the BJP.

The birthday celebration is but to call applicants from Nawanshahr, lately represented by means of birthday celebration legislator Angad Saini and Jalalabad .

Balloting for Punjab’s 117 Meeting seats is scheduled for February 20 and the counting will happen on March 10.

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