Punjab

Congress changes its three sitting MLAs in the first list due to "One Family One Ticket" rule

Rajeev Bhaskar | December 15, 2016 08:06 PM

JALANDHAR: Strictly adhering to the rule of “One Family, One Ticket” Congress today changed its three of the sitting MLAs in the first list of 61 candidates.

From Patiala (Urban) sitting MLA Parneet Kaur has been replaced by PPCC Captain Amarinder Singh and in Qadian, sitting MLA Charanjit Kaur Bajwa was changed with her brother-in-law Fateh Jung Bajwa and in Nawanshahr, sitting MLA Gur Iqbal Kaur’s ticket was given to her son Angad Saini.

 

 

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