Punjab Election: Channi has got a crushing defeat from both the seats, and the candidates of the Aam Aadmi Party have registered victory.
Indian National Congress has lost the Punjab assembly election today. CM Charanjit Singh Channi has lost the election from both seats he contested.
If you know about the person who defeated him, then you will be surprised. Actually, CM Channi contested from Chamkaur Sahib and Bhadaur. Channi has got a crushing defeat from both the seats, and the candidates of the Aam Aadmi Party have registered victory.
Arvind Kejriwal’s statement has come to the fore after the victory of AAP leaders. Arvind Kejriwal said, “Do you know that who defeated Charanjit Singh Channi from Bhadaur? His name is Labh Singh Ugok, and he works at a mobile repair shop. His mother is a sweeper at a school. His father works in the fields. Such a person has defeated Charanjit Singh Channi in the election.”
Arvind Kejriwal further said, “Do you know who defeated Navjot Singh Sidhu? There is a female volunteer who defeated him. She also defeated Majithia.
Jeevan Jyot Kaur, popularly known as Padwoman, AAP’s candidate from Amritsar East Assembly Seat, has defeated both Navjot Singh Sidhu, the Congress state head, and Bikram Singh Majithia, a prominent Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader.
So, friends, there is great power in the common man. Arvind Kejriwal further said that, “Don’t challenge common men, if they stand then revolution will come. Let us tell you that, according to the trends, the government of the Aam Aadmi Party is being formed in Punjab.
The Congress’ bet of fielding Channi, a Scheduled Caste member, from two seats failed to produce favourable results. The plan to replace Amarinder Singh with Channi at the near end of the former’s five-year tenure in order to avoid anti-incumbency backfired.
According to the website of the Punjab Election Commission, the Congress has won 18 seats in the state. All 117 Assembly seats in Punjab were contested by the party, out of which AAP won 92 seats in a landslide victory.