Latest News on Punjab Polls 2017
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Dec 20, 2016
Navjot Singh Sidhu joining Congress? Ex-BJP MP meets Rahul GandhiIn a major political development before the Punjab elections in 2017, former BJP MP Navjot Singh met Congress Vice president Rahul Gandhi in New Delhi.
Dec 20, 2016
Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badal lauds Chandigarh municipal victory, calls it 'trailer' before 2017 pollsPunjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Tuesday described the SAD-BJP alliance's victory in the Chandigarh municipal corporation election as "historic".
Dec 18, 2016
Punjab polls 2017: Congress' Amarinder Singh says sitting MLAs won't be allowed to change seatsFacing a tough electoral battle in Punjab next year, Congress has decided not to let sitting MLAs in general seats change their assembly segments and strictly apply the "one family, one ticket" formula by not allowing two people from a family to contest.
Sep 25, 2016
Punjab polls 2017: Will form new party early October, sacked AAP convener Sucha Singh tells FirstpostIn an exclusive interview with Firstpost, Sucha Singh talks about his plans of setting up a new party in order to tackle various problems of Punjab in the light of the forthcoming assembly elections in the state.
Sep 07, 2016
Punjab Assembly polls 2017: Election Commission starts campaign for voter registrationAs the assembly elections in Punjab are likely to be held in the last week of January or first week of February next year, state chief electoral officer (CEO) VK Singh on Tuesday said that the election department was making all preparations for the polls.
Aug 04, 2016
Punjab polls: AAP's first list of 19 candidates includes HS Phoolka, Himmat Singh ShergillSenior lawyers HS Phoolka and Himmat Singh Shergill figure in the first list of 19 candidates released by AAP for Punjab Assembly elections scheduled early next year.
May 17, 2016
Delhi bypolls an indication of popular sentiment against AAP: Amrinder SinghCapt Amarinder Singh on Tuesday said that the ruling Akali Dal was deliberately trying to promote AAP with the hope of dividing anti-incumbency votes.