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AAP expels 4 Punjab leaders for anti-party activities

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Chandigarh, January 14, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
The Aam Aadmi Party has expelled four Punjab leaders from party for anti-party activities.

Orders in this respect were issued by Punjab Unit President Bhagwant Mann and Punjab Affairs Incharge Jarnail Singh.

Those expelled include Gurtej Singh Pannu from SAS Nagar, Satvir Singh Sheera Banbhoura from Amargarh, Mota Singh Anjaan from Ferozepur Rural and Dr Shiv Dayal Mali from Jalandhar West.

All the above leaders were upset with the distribution of tickets by the party.

AAP Dismissed leaders anti party activities list

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