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BJP will Contest 65 Seats in Punjab

Before the Punjab Legislative Assembly elections, NDA has shared its seat-sharing formula with everyone. BJP President JP Nadda told in a press conference how many seats Amarinder Singh’s party and Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa’s party are going to contest. BJP has formally announced an alliance for the Punjab Assembly elections. Under the agreement, BJP will contest 65 seats. On the other hand, Captain Amarinder Singh’s party Punjab Lok Congress will contest 37 seats, and Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa’s party Samyukta Akali Dal-Dhindsa will contest on 15 seats.

37 seats in Amarinder Singh’s account

JP Nadda said that this election will decide the future of Punjab. He said that in Punjab, Captain Amarinder Singh’s party Punjab Lok Congress will contest 37 seats from NDA and 15 seats have been given to Shiromani Akali Dal (United) of Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa. Nadda told that BJP will contest 65 seats of Punjab.

Aim to provide a permanent government in Punjab

BJP President said that this election and Punjab is very important for us and a permanent government of Punjab is important for us. He said that the people of Punjab have sacrificed a lot for the country, cannot forget the sacrifice of Guru Gobind Singh ji, can never forget the sacrifice of Guru Tegh Bahadur ji, the nation will never forget the sacrifice of Bhagat Singh in the freedom struggle. not can. Along with this, Master Tara Singh has also given a lot to the country.

The first list of candidates released

The BJP on Friday released the first list of 34 candidates for the Punjab Legislative Assembly elections. In this list of the party, 12 leaders of farmer families, 13 Sikhs, and eight Dalits given tickets.

Amarinder Singh has also released the first list of 22 candidates, in which former Indian hockey team captain Ajitpal Singh has been nominated from Nakodar. Amarinder himself will contest from Patiala city seat.

Punjab needs special attention today

Nadda said that Punjab needs special attention today. Where Punjab was moving towards development earlier, today it is slipping down. It is also our responsibility to make Punjab economically strong. Center-state relations are very important for stability and security, we should also remember this.

First list of 34 candidates released

Let us inform you that the BJP Friday released the first list of 34 candidates for the Punjab Assembly elections. In this list of the party, 12 leaders of farmer families, 13 Sikhs, and eight Dalits were given tickets. Amarinder Singh has also released the first list of 22 candidates. In which former Indian hockey team captain Ajitpal Singh has been made the candidate from Nakodar. Amarinder himself will contest from Patiala city seat. Voting will hold in Punjab on February 20 and the counting of votes will take place on March 10.

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