Shiromani Akali Dal takes lead to announce 64 candidates for 2022 Punjab assembly polls | Chandigarh News – Times of India


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CHANDIGARH: Taking the lead, the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) on Monday released the list of its candidates for the 64 segments in Punjab for the state assembly elections scheduled early next year. No other political party has announced its candidates till date.
SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal had already announced 22 candidates of his party till date and the remaining 42 candidates were added on Monday.
Sukhbir, who is a Lok Sabha MP from Ferozpur, would be contesting from his old assembly constituency – Jalalabad.
Party’s patron and former chief minister Parkash Singh Badal’s name is not there in the list released on Monday but the party has not announced any candidate from the Lambi assembly constituency from where he is a sitting MLA.
There are a total number of 117 assembly segments in Punjab.
After severing ties with the old ally Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) on the contentious farm laws, the SAD had in June this year announced the alliance with the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP).
Before this, the SAD and the BSP had contested the 1996 Lok Sabha elections in alliance in Punjab.
As per the seat sharing formula, the SAD would be contesting in 97 assembly segments and the BSP in the remaining 20 constituencies. So, now the SAD will now have to announce the remaining 33 candidates in future.
Similarly, Malkit Singh will contest from Jandiala assembly segment, Anil Joshi (Amritsar North), Dalbir Singh Verka (Amritsar West), Talbir Singh Gill (Amritsar South), Gulzar Singh Ranike (Attari SC), Harmeet Singh Sandhu (Tarn Taran), Virsa Singh Valtoha (Khem Karan).
Similarly, Adaish Partap Singh Kairon will contest from Patti, Baldev Singh Khaira (Phillaur), Gurpartap Singh Wadala (Nakodar), Chandan Grewal (Jalandhar Central), Jagbir Singh Brar (Jalandhar Cantt), Pawan Kumar Tinu (Adampur (SC)), Sarabjeet Singh Saabi (Mukerian), Sohan Singh Thandal (Chabbewal (SC)), Surinder Singh Bhulewal Rathan (Garhshankar), Sukhwinder Singh Sukhi (Banga (SC)), Daljeet Singh Cheema (Ropar), Ranjit Singh Gill (Kharar), Jagdeep Singh Cheema(Fatehgarh Sahib), Gurpreet Singh Raju (Amloh), Paramjeet Singh Dhillon (Samrala), Sharanjit Singh Dhillon (Sahnewal), Ranjit Singh Gill (Ludhiana East), Harish Rai Danda (Atam Nagar), Pritpal Singh Pali (Ludhiana Central), Maheshinder Singh Grewal (Ludhiana West), Darshan Singh Shivalik (Gill), Manpreet Singh Ayali (Dakha), SR Kaler (Jagraon), Teerath Singh Mahla (Bagha Purana) and Makhan Barjinder Singh (Moga).
Other candidates include Tota Singh from Dharamkot, Janmeja Singh Sekhon (Zira), Joginder Singh Jindu (Firozpur Rural), Vardev Singh Noni Maan (Guru Har Sahai ), Hans Raj Josan (Fazilka), Hardeep Singh Dimpy (Gidderbaha), Harpreet Singh Kot Bhai (Malout), Kanwarjeet Singh Rozy Barkandi (Muktsar), Parambans Singh Bunty Romana (Faridkot), Mantar Singh Brar (Kotkapura), Suba Singh Badal (Jaitu), Sikander Singh Maluka (Rampura Phul), Darshan Singh Kotfatta (Bucho Mandi), Sarup Singla (Bathinda Urban), Prakash Singh Bhatti (Bathinda Rural), Jeet Mohinder Singh Sidhu (Talwandi Sabo), Jagmeet Singh Brar (Maur), Prem Kumar Arora (Mansa), Gulzar Singh Gulzari (Dirba), Satnam Singh Rahi (Bhadaur), Kulwant Singh Kanta (Barnala), Iqbal Singh Jhunda (Amargarh), Kabir Dass (Nabha), Charanjit Singh Brar (Rajpura), NK Sharma (Dera Bassi), Harinderpal Singh Chandumajra (Sanour), Surjit Singh Rakhra (Samana), Vaninder Kaur Loomba (Shutrana), Raj Kumar Gupta (Sujanpur), Gurbachan Singh Babehali (Gurdaspur) and Amarpal Singh Bonny (Ajnala).





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