Punjab Election: Big blow to Congress after giving ticket to Sonu Sood's sister

Punjab Election: Congress announces the first list of 86 candidates in Punjab today. In it, dissatisfaction has erupted over the candidature of actor Sonu Sood's sister Malvika. BJP took advantage of it.

An outburst of anger over giving tickets to Sonu Sood's sister.

Incumbent Congress MLA joins BJP.

Big developments in Punjab's election arena.

Chandigarh: On the occasion of the Punjab Assembly elections, big political developments are taking place. Congress today announced the first list of 86 candidates. Actor Sonu Sood's sister Malvika Sood has been given a ticket in the case. Taking this opportunity, BJP has given a big push to Congress. The BJP has blown up the existing Congress MLA.

In Punjab, Congress is contesting under the leadership of Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channy and State President Navjyot Singh Sidhu. Congress today announced the names of 86 candidates. It has given a chance to new faces by cutting the address of many existing MLAs. It is seen that internal resentment is erupting from it and the present MLA from Moga, Dr. Harjyot Kamal has dealt a major blow to Congress. He has left the party and joined the BJP out of resentment over being ousted by Congress.

There were already indications that Congress would give a new face to the Moga constituency. Actor Sonu Sood's sister Malvika Sood was rumored to be contested here. She had recently joined the Congress party. Sidhu and Channi had visited Sonu Sood in Moga. After that, Malvika's entry into the Congress was sealed there and it was almost certain that Malvika would get a ticket from Moga. Today, Malvika was actually included in the first list of Congress. Within hours, local MLA Harjyot slammed the Congress and joined the BJP. BJP's Punjab election in-charge Gajendrasinh Shekhawat welcomed Harjyot to the party. Harjyot Kamal's entry into the BJP has made him happier. This will increase the BJP's base in the Moga constituency. The fact that the lotus is in his name is a plus, said Shekhawat.

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