New Delhi: Ahead of next year’s Punjab Assembly elections, former chief minister Amarinder Singh’s recently launched Punjab Lok Congress, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Shiromani Akali Dal (United) formed a six-member committee to decide on the seat. Is. Sharing this information, informed Punjab BJP in-charge Gajendra Singh Shekhawat. Talking to reporters here today, Shekhawat said that today the party chiefs of all the three parties BJP, Punjab Lok Congress and Dhindsa-led SAD (United) met. (alliance with bjp )
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A joint manifesto of allies is also expected to be released
A joint manifesto of allies is also expected to be released before the elections, he said. BJP national president JP Nadda, Punjab Lok Congress chief Captain Amarinder Singh and SAD (United) chief Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa along with Shekhawat on Monday met Union Home Minister Amit Shah in the national capital. We will fight the elections in alliance. A committee consisting of 2 members from each party will be formed to discuss issues like seat sharing. There will be a joint declaration.
Assembly elections in Punjab early next year (alliance with bjp)
In November, Amarinder Singh resigned from the Congress and announced a new party, the Punjab Lok Congress, ahead of the Punjab Assembly elections. BJP is all set to contest the elections in alliance with Punjab Lok Congress and Shiromani Akali Dal (United). Assembly elections are due in Punjab early next year. For which all the parties are working hard. Punjab Panchayak result has come today. In which Aam Aadmi Party has won. After which AAP chief Chief Minister Kejriwal has said that Punjab is ready for change. ( alliance with bjp )