LIST OF WINNERS OF THE PUNJAB MLA IN 2022

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LIST OF WINNERS OF THE PUNJAB MLA IN 2022

WINNERS OF THE PUNJAB MLA LIST FOR 2022: Punjab Winner Candidate List 2022 Vidhan Sabha Election Results:

The Vidhansabha elections were recently held in five states, and the entire nation is watching the results closely. The state of Punjab is the focus of attention because six members of the Punjab Legislative Council resigned before the election, and speculation about the election’s winner has centred on the Aam Aadmi Party and the Bharatiya Janata Party since then. After ruling in Delhi, it appears that AAP is poised to rule in Punjab as well. Our site does not mention it, but the counting of the results indicates this.

Winners of the MLA elections in Punjab in 2022

Following the resignation of six BJP members, the most pressing question is whether the Congress government will be able to reclaim power. The results, on the other hand, show that the Aam Aadmi Party is leading in a majority of seats in Punjab, with chief ministerial candidate Bhagwant Mann coming in second in both of his seats. The following is a complete list of candidates who have won in Punjab. The list is being updated as data from the Election Commission becomes available. Keep refreshing the page to get the most up-to-date information on the Punjab election 2022 winners.

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Punjab Winner Candidate List 2022

Constituency Name Candidate Name Party
Sujanpur Naresh Puri Congress
Bhoa Lal Chand AAP
Pathankot Ashwani Kumar Sharma BJP
Gurdaspur
Barindermeet Singh Pahra
Congress
Dina Nagar Aruna Chaudhary Congress
Qadian Pratap Singh Bajwa Congress
Batala
Amansher Singh
AAP
Sri Hargobindpur Amarpal Singh AAP
Fatehgarh Churian
Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa
Congress
Dera Baba Nanak Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa Congress
Ajnala Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal AAP
Raja Sansi Sukhbinder Singh Sarkaria Congress
Majitha Ganieve Kaur Majithia SAD
Jandiala Harbhajan Singh ETO AAP
Amritsar North Kunwar Vijay Pratap Singh AAP
Amritsar West Dr Jasbir Singh Sandhu AAP
Amritsar Central Ajay Gupta AAP
Amritsar East Jeevan Jot Kaur AAP
Amritsar South Inderbir Singh Nijjar AAP
Attari Jaswinder Singh AAP
Tarn Taran Dr Kashmir Singh Sohal AAP
Khem Karan Sarvan Singh Dhun AAP
Patti Laljit Singh Bhullar AAP
Khadoor Sahib Manjinder Singh Lalpura AAP
Baba Bakala Dalbir Singh Tong AAP
Bholath Sukhpal Singh Khaira Congress
Kapurthala Rana Gurjeet Singh Congress
Sultanpur Lodhi Rana Inder Partap Singh Independent
Phagwara Balwinder Singh Dhaliwal Congress
Phillaur Vikramjit Singh Chaudhary Congress
Nakodar Inderjit Kaur Mann AAP
Shahkot Hardev Singh Laddi Congress
Kartarpur Balkar Singh AAP
Jalandhar West Sheetal Angural AAP
Jalandhar Central Raman Arora AAP
Jalandhar North Avtar Singh Junior Congress
Jalandhar Cantt Pargat Singh Powar Congress
Adampur Sukhwinder Singh Kotli Congress
Mukerian Jaggi Lal Mahajan BJP
Dasuya
Karambir Singh
AAP
Urmar Jasvir Singh Raja Gill AAP
Sham Chaurasi Dr Ravjot Singh AAP
Hoshiarpur Bram Shanker (Jimpa) AAP
Chabbewal Dr Raj Kumar AAP
Garhshankar
Jai Krishna
AAP
Banga Sukhwinder Kumar Sukhi SAD
Nawan Shahr Dr Nachhatar Pal BSP
Balachaur Santosh Kumari Katariaa AAP
Anandpur Sahib Harjot Sinh Bains AAP
Rupnagar Dinesh Kumar Chadha AAP
Chamkaur Sahib Charanjit Singh AAP
Kharar Anmol Gagan Maan AAP
S.A.S. Nagar Kulwant Singh AAP
Bassi Pathana Rupinder Singh AAP
Fatehgarh Sahib Lakhbir Singh Rai AAP
Amloh Gurinder Singh Garry Birring AAP
Khanna Tarunpreet Singh Sond AAP
Samrala Jagtar Singh Diyalpura AAP
Sahnewal Hardeep Singh Mundian AAP
Ludhiana East Daljit Singh Grewal (Bhola) AAP
Ludhiana South Rajinder Pal Kaur AAP
Atam Nagar Kulwant Singh Sidhu AAP
Ludhiana Central Ashok Parashar (Pappi) AAP
Ludhiana West Gurpreet Bassi Gogi AAP
Ludhiana North Madan Lal Bagga AAP
Gill Jiwan Singh Sangowal AAP
Payal Manwinder Singh Giaspura AAP
Dakha Manpreet Singh Ayali SAD
Raikot Hakam Singh Thekedar AAP
Jagraon Sarvjit Kaur Manuke AAP
Nihal Singhwala Manjeet Singh Bilaspur AAP
Bhagha Purana
Amritpal Singh Sukhanand
AAP
Moga Dr Amandeep Kaur Arora AAP
Dharamkot Devinderjeet Singh Laddi Dhose AAP
Zira Naresh Kataria AAP
Firozpur City Ranbir Singh AAP
Firozpur Rural
Rajneesh Kumar Dahiya
AAP
Guru Har Sahai Fauja Singh AAP
Jalalabad Jagdeep Kamboj AAP
Fazilka Narinder Pal Singh Sawna AAP
Abohar Sandeep Jakhar Congress
Balluana Amandeep Singh Musafir AAP
Lambi Gurmeet Singh Khudian AAP
Gidderbaha
Amrinder Singh Raja Warring
Congress
Malout Dr Baljit Kaur AAP
Muktsar Jagdeep Singh ‘Kaka Brar’ AAP
Faridkot Gurdit Singh Sekhon AAP
Kotkapura Kultar Singh Sandhwan AAP
Jaitu Amolak Singh AAP
Rampura Phul Balkar Singh Sidhu AAP
Bhucho Mandi Jagsir Singh AAP
Bathinda Urban
Jagroop Singh Gill
AAP
Bathinda Rural Amit Rattan Kotfatta AAP
Talwandi Sabo Prof Baljinder Kaur AAP
Maur Sukhveer Singh Maiserkhana AAP
Mansa Dr Vijay Singla AAP
Sardulgarh Gurpreet Singh Banawali AAP
Budhlada
Budh Ram
AAP
Lehra Barinder Kumar Goyal Vakeel AAP
Dirba Harpal Singh Cheema AAP
Sunam Aman Arora AAP
Bhadaur Labh Singh Ugoke AAP
Barnala Gurmeet Singh Meet Hayer AAP
Mehal Kalan Kulwant Singh Pandori AAP
Malerkotla Mohammad Jamil Ur Rahman AAP
Amargarh Prof Jaswant Singh Gajjan Majra (Winner) AAP
Dhuri
Bhagwant Mann (Winner)
AAP
Sangrur Narinder Kaur Bharaj AAP
Nabha Gurdev Singh Dev Maan AAP
Patiala Rural Dr Balbir Singh AAP
Rajpura Neena Mittal AAP
Dera Bassi Kuljit Singh Randhwa AAP
Ghanaur Gurlal Ghanaur AAP
Sanour Harmit Singh Pathanmajra AAP
Patiala Ajit Pal Singh Kohli AAP
Samana Chetan Singh Jouramajra AAP
Shutrana Kulwant Singh Bazigar AAP

Mann thanked the Punjab voters in his first speech after the election victory and pledged to work together to get the state back on track to development. Meanwhile, Congress leader Navjot Singh Sidhu and former Chief Minister Amarinder Singh, both sitting in their seats, congratulated the AAP on its victory. According to current trends, multiple veteran leaders such as Sukhbir Singh Badal and Sukhbir Singh Badal are on their way to being conquered.

The emergence of AAP in Punjab with a strong showing is likely to cause ripples that could lead to national reorganisation. Political observers who follow the AAP see this performance as a vote of confidence in Arvind Kejriwal as a possible successor to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Mann’s Chief Minister’s Security Equipment Arrives

As Bhagwant Mann’s victory was confirmed in the afternoon, security equipment for the Chief Minister-designate began to arrive outside his Punjab home. According to Man Aman Singh Chhina, this included a bulletproof Land Cruiser. The Election Commission announced on its website on Thursday that Bhagwant Mann had won the Dhuri Assembly constituency (10th March 2022).

Mann won by more than 58,000 votes over Congress candidate Dalvir Singh Goldy. AAP has been declared the winner in 13 of the 117 seats so far. In 79 other seats, they are in the lead. Bhagwant Mann, the AAP’s ministerial candidate, stated that he will take the oath of office as Punjab Chief Minister in Bhagat Singh’s ancestral village of Khatkarkala, rather than in Raj Bhawan, as is customary.

Arvind Kejriwal is the leader of the Aam Aadmi Party, and Saurabh Bhardwaj is the spokesperson. Punjab is holding elections this year. The party opposes the BJP, the Congress, and others.

The Aam Aadmi Party is on the verge of gaining control of Punjab, their first victory outside of Delhi. APP has made a significant improvement over its 2017 performance (Aam Aadmi Party). According to eth leads, is in the lead for nearly half of the seats in the Punjab assembly, putting Congress in second place in the state.

Congress fought anti-incumbency and an internal battle for months before the election, with the state chief and the chief minister not on the same page. After Charanjit Singh Channi replaced Amarinder Singh, whatever happened between Navjot Sidhu and Amarinder Singh was continued between Sidhu and Charanjit Singh Channi.

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Nonetheless, when Channi was announced as the CM nominee, Congress rallied behind him. With the Bahujan Samaj Party, the Shiromani Akali Dal filed a challenge to the election. The BJP teamed up with Amarinder Singh’s Punjab Lok Congress and SS Dhindsa’s Sanyukt (Sanyukt).

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