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Santokh Singh Chaudhary wins Jalandhar for Congress, defeats SAD’s Atwal

Jalandhar, May 23, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Congress candidate Mr. Santokh Singh Chaudhary today registered an impressive win in elections for Jalandhar Parliamentary Constituency by defeating his nearest rival Dr. Charanjit Singh Atwal of Shiromani Akali Dal by a margin of 19,491 votes.

Divulging the details the Deputy Commissioner cum District Election Officer Mr. Varinder Kumar Sharma said that during the Lok Sabha polls 385712 Vothes were polled to Chaudhary Santokh whereas candidate of Shiromani Akali Dal Dr. Atwal managed to get 366221 Votes. Likewise, he said that 25467 votes were polled to candidate of Aam Aadmi Party Justice (Retd.) Jora Singh, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) candidate Mr. Balwinder Singh got 204783 votes, 1340 votes to Mrs. Urmila of Ambedkar National Congress, 2470 votes to Shiv Sena Candidate Mr. Subash Goria, 1191 votes to People’s Party of India (Democratic) candidate Mr. Hari Mitter, 500 votes to Mr. Gurupal Singh of Bharat Prabhat Party, 1430 votes to Mr. Jagan Nath Bajwa of Hum Bhartiya Party, 2463 votes to Mr. Tara Singh Gill of Bahujan Samaj Party (Ambedkar), 684 votes to Republican Party of India candidate Mr. Parkash Chand Jassal, 845 votes to National Justice Party candidate Mr. Baljinder Sodhi, 921 votes to Bahujan Mukti Party candidate Mr. Ramesh Lal Kala, 1088 votes to Mr. Opkar Singh Bakshi, 1591 votes to Mr. Amrish Kumar, 3154 votes to Mr. Sukhdev Singh, 4100 votes to Mr. Kashmir Singh Ghugshor, 1858 votes to Valmikacharya Nitiya Anand and 856 to Mr. Neetu Shutteran Wala. Similarly, 12324 voters opted for NOTA in the polls.

Meanwhile, the winning candidate, flanked by his son Mr. Vikram Singh Chaudhary and other leaders, received the certificate of win from Returning Officer Mr. Varinder Sharma, who was also accompanied by Additional Deputy Commissioners Mr. Kulwant Singh and Mr. Jasbir Singh, Deputy Commissioner of Police Mr. PBS Parmar and other officers.

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