Chandigarh:  Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) President Sukhbir Singh Badal today announced constituency in-charges for twelve assembly seats, including seven new faces.

The SAD President met all the twelve in-charges separately and later even took their joint meeting. He urged the in-charges to pan out in their respective constituencies and spread awareness about the thirteen point programme announced by the SAD-BSP alliance which it was committed to fulfill once it formed the government in the State.

Mr Badal also requested all the in-charges to work with vigour in conjunction with the district and circle organizations to ensure optimum coordination with all party members. He assured the in-charges that he would be visiting each and every constituency in the next three months and would address the specific concerns of each constituency. “While we will come out with an election manifesto for the entire State, we will also take into account the problems of individual constituencies and address them also”, he added.

The in-charges while giving feedback to the President said the Congress party was collapsing due it its failure to implement any of the promises made to the people including farmers, youth and the weaker sections besides widespread corruption and complete collapse of the law and order situation in the State. They said on the other hand the SAD was known to deliver on its promises and had a track record of delivering on the free power facility promise for farmers, making the State power surplus besides introducing and running unique schemes like the ‘aata-daal’ scheme and ‘shagun’ scheme.

The in-charges whose names were announced today are – Harmeet Singh Sandhu (TarnTaran),  Darshan Singh Shivalik (Gill),  Harpal Juneja (Patiala – Urban),  Chandan Grewal (Jalandhar – Central),  SR Kler (Jagraon),  Charanjit Singh Brar (Rajpura),  Rohit ‘Montu’ Vohra (Ferozepur – City),  Kulwant Singh Keetu (Barnala),  Malkit AR (Jandiala),  Satnam Rahi (Bhadaur),  Talbir Singh Gill (Amritsar- South) and Kabir Das (Nabha)

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