Panchayats of Nakodar’s villages came in favour of the Aam Aadmi Party

 A large number of panchayat members, sarpanches and important leaders of Jalandhar are continuously joining AAP ahead of by-poll

 *People who wish for Punjab’s bright future are always welcomed in AAP – MLA Inderjeet Kaur Maan

 Jalandhar April 4 :- 

A large number of sarpanches, panchayat members and other important leaders of Jalandhar’s villages, impressed by the performance of the Mann government and pro-people policies of the Aam Aadmi Party, are continuously joining the AAP ahead of Jalandhar by-election. The leading local leaders of Nakodar and Noormahal blocks, who are working for the development of their villages, joined the Aam Aadmi Party under the leadership of Nakodar MLA Inderjeet Kaur Maan.

MLA Inderjeet Maan, who reached there to welcome the newly joined members to the party, said that the people acknowledged the hard work of Bhagwant Mann led Punjab government and are expressing their satisfaction with the performance of AAP government in Punjab by joining the party ahead of Jalandhar by-poll. She said that the party will always be grateful to Punjabis for trusting us and applauding our work.

AAP MLA said that the party will always welcome people who want Punjab to progress. Meanwhile, she assured the respected sarpanches, panchayat members and all leaders who joined the party that they will get proper respect and important responsibilities in the party to take Punjab forward.

On the other hand, the leaders reiterated their commitment to the party and said that they will always remain committed to AAP for the betterment of Punjab and the best future for their children.

Among these new members of AAP, present Sarpanch Husan Lal of Kandola Khurd and former Sarpanch Ranjit Singh, present Sarpanch of Pharwala Kuldeep Singh, Kulwinder Singh Pharwala, Sohan Lal (Member Panchayat), Baljinder Singh Happy Society President Cooperative Bank Pharwala, Budh Singh Sarpanch Kandola, Mahant Balwinder Das, Mahant Gurpreet Das, Lakhbir Singh, Charanjit Singh, Jaskaran Singh, Jasvir Singh, Surinder Singh, Mohan Singh, Gurpreet Singh, Charanjit Singh, Kultar Singh, Gagandeep Singh, Kamaljit Singh, Hardeep Singh, Rachpal Singh,  Amarjit Singh, Narinder Singh etc. were some prominent names.

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