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BJP announces first LIST of 34 candidates for Punjab Elections – FULL LIST

Chandigarh, January 21, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
The Bharatiya Janata Party has announced its first list of 34 candidates for Punjab Elections.

BJP leaders and Union Minister Gajendrta Singh Shekhawat , Hardeep Singh Puri and BJP General Secretary Tarun Chugh today announced the list.

Chugh said the party has given representation to 12 farmers, 13 Sikhs, 8 Scheduled Castes and has also given tickets to prominent doctors, advocates, players, industrialists, youth, officers and women.

THE LIST.

BJP candidate Assembly Election 2022 list 1

BJP candidate Assembly Election 2022 list 2

BJP candidate Assembly Election 2022 list 3

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