Chandigarh. Farmers’ Protest during Punjab (Punjab Assembly Election) I got marginalized BJP New energy has been infused in me again. After the end of the farmers’ movement, BJP has left no stone unturned to empower itself. It can be gauged from here that more than 4 thousand people of BJP have applied for tickets in 117 assembly seats in Punjab.
Big leaders of many Congress and other parties have joined the Congress in the past. One month is left for the election, BJP is also all set to field its candidates in the electoral arena. According to highly placed sources of the party, 4020 people have expressed their desire to contest the elections by applying for tickets. Party sources say that maximum applications have come from Doaba, the Hindu belt of the state. There are more Hindus in the urban areas of Jalandhar, Ludhiana, Amritsar, Patiala, Hoshiarpur, Pathankot and Mohali, the number of applicants is also more from the urban areas here.
Sources say that the state unit of BJP will first brainstorm on the applications received. After scrutinizing the applications, they will be sent to the BJP high command. It is being told that there are some people among the applicants who have joined BJP after the end of the farmers’ movement. For the first time in Punjab, the BJP has announced that it will contest 117 seats with Captain Amarinder’s party Punjab Lok Congress and Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa’s party.
Significantly, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the repeal of the laws on 19 November, the situation suddenly changed so much that till now the BJP which was considered only Hindu-majority in Punjab, is now the political center stage for the assembly in the state. Trying to capture. There is no dearth of Sikh faces being brought from other parties in the elections.
It all started with a coup when Manjinder Singh Sirsa, a senior leader of Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and a popular Sikh face of Delhi, joined the party along with Parminder Singh Brar. After this, senior Congress leader and former minister Rana Gurmit Singh Sodhi was inducted into the party about a week ago. Two sitting Congress MLAs Fatehjung Singh Bajwa and Balwinder Ladi also joined the party in Delhi. This is in addition to several other prominent Sikh faces including former MLAs and MPs.
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