Punjab Vidhan Sabha elections 2022: 97 candidates file nomination papers in district Ludhiana today: DEO-cum-DC Varinder Kumar Sharma
Ludhiana, February 1, 2022: In view of the Punjab Vidhan Sabha elections 2022 scheduled for February 20, a total of 97 persons filed nomination papers from 14 different constituencies in district Ludhiana on the last day of filing nominations today.
District Election Officer-cum-Deputy Commissioner Varinder Kumar Sharma informed that on the last day of filing nominations today, Raj Kumar as Independent, Sukhwant Singh as Independent, Inderjit Kaur as Independent, Gurkirat Singh and Gurpreet Kaur from Indian National Congress, Labh Singh as Independent and Daljeet Singh as Independent from 57-Khanna constituency; Rajinder Sharma from Apna Sangharsh Kisani Ekta Party, Avneet Singh Bagli Kalan as Independent, Balbir Singh Rajewal as Independent, Dr Sohan Lal Blaggan from Samajwadi Party and Kamaljit Kaur as Independent from 58-Samrala; Malwinder Singh Guron as Independent, Deepak Dhir from Samajwadi Party, Gurmit Singh and Kulvir Singh from Lok Insaf Party, Simran Bajwa from INC, Harmandeep Singh as Independent, Gurdeep Singh Kahlon from Nationalist Justice Party, Inderjit Singh as Independent, Mohan Singh as Independent, Amritpal Singh and Jagdev Singh from SAD (Amritsar), Harpreet Singh and Ramandeep Kaur from SAD (Sanyukt), Jasvir Singh from Punjab Kissan Dal and Lakhwinder Singh from Aam Lok Party United from 59-Sahnewal; Gurjodh Singh from Lok Insaf Party, Rajinder Singh as Independent and Jatinder Singh of Peoples Party of India (Democratic) from 60-Ludhiana (East); Sundar Lal from Samajwadi Party, Surinder Sharma as Independent, Ishwarjot Singh Cheema and Raman Kumar from INC, Devinder Singh from Aam Lok Party United, Paramjit Singh from Nationalist Justice Party, Jasvir Singh as Independent, Satinderpal Singh and Gurpreet Singh from BJP, Sanjay Kumar as Independent from 61-Ludhiana (South); Kulwant Singh Sidhu from INC, Sukhdev Singh as Independent and Kunal from Akhil Bharatiya Socialist Party from 62-Atam Nagar; Jagtar Singh from Samajwadi Party, Darshan Singh from Insaniyat Lok Vikas Party, and Jatinderpal Singh as Independent from 63-Ludhiana (Central); Balwinder Singh Sekhon as Independent, Tarun Jain as Independent, Ruchi Jain as Independent, Krishan Kumar Bawa as Independent, Anita Shah from Bahujan Mukti Party, Jatinder Kumar from Apna Sangharsh Kisani Ekta Party, Sarabjit Kaur from Aas Punjab Party, Deepak Nayyar as Independent from 64-Ludhiana (West); Manju from Samajwadi Party, Rakesh Pandey and Dushyant Pandey from INC, Anil Kumar from Insaniyat Lok Vikas Party, Promila Ralhan from Bahujan Mukti Party, Randhir Singh and Pardeep Singh from Lok Insaf Party, Ramanjit Badhan as Independent, Virinder Kumar as Independent, Madan Lal and Aman Kumar from AAP from 65-Ludhiana (North); Rajeev Kumar as Independent, Rajinder Singh as Independent and Jaswinder Singh from Bahujan Mukti Party from 66-Gill; Simardeep Singh as Independent, Lakhvir Singh and Kamlesh Kaur from INC, Jagtar Singh as Independent, Jagdeep Singh and Kuldip Singh from Lok Insaf Party, Rampal Singh from SAD (Amritsar), Harshit Kumar and Anil Kumar from SAD (Sanyukt), Harchand Singh as Independent and Gurpreet Singh from Bahujan Mukti Party from 67-Payal; Damanjit Singh Thind and Ramandeep Singh from Punjab Lok Congress, Neetu as Independent, Harpreet Singh and Narinderjit Kaur from Sanyukt Sangharsh Party from 68-Dakha; Balvir Singh from Bahujan Mukti Party, Hargobind Singh from Punjab Kisan Dal, Jagtar Singh as Independent, Gurpal Singh from SAD (Sanyukt), Rajpal Singh from Samajik Sangharsh Party, Sukhwinder Singh as Independent and Baldev Singh as Independent from 69-Raikot; Kuldeep Singh as Independent, Tejinder Kaur and Dilbar Singh Bhatti from Lok Insaf Party, Parmjit Singh Sahota as Independent, Surinder Singh from Republican Party of India (Ambedkar) and Nirbhai Singh from Sarvjan Seva Party from 70-Jagraon constituency today.
He informed that the date of scrutiny of nomination papers would take place tomorrow, i.e. February 2, 2022 (Wednesday), last date of withdrawal would be February 4, 2022 (Friday) and the polling would take place on February 20, 2022 (Sunday).