Punjab Elections 2022: Full list of Aam Aadmi Party candidates

Punjab Elections 2022: All set to take on the ruling Congress in the state, the AAP has fielded Dr Charanjit Singh from Sri Chamkaur Sahib against Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi.

Punjab Elections 2022: All set to take on the ruling Congress in the state, the AAP has fielded Dr Charanjit Singh from Sri Chamkaur Sahib against Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi.

The Aam Aadmi Party has so far announced 109 candidates for the polls for the 117-member legislative House of Punjab Assembly, which will go to polls in single phase on February 14.

All set to take on the ruling Congress in the state, the AAP has fielded Dr Charanjit Singh from Sri Chamkaur Sahib against Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi. Names of candidates from Sultanpur Lodhi seat, Phillaur, Hoshiarpur among other prominent seats have also been announced by Arvind Kejriwal’s party.

Here is the full list of AAP candidates for Punjab Assembly elections 2022:

  AC Name                             Candidate Name 

  Sujanpur 

   Bhoa (SC) Lal Chand Kataruchakk

   Pathankot Vibhuti Sharma 

   Gurdaspur Raman Bahel

   Dina Nagar (SC) Shamsher Singh

   Qadian Jagroop Singh Sekhwan

   Batala Sherry Kalsi

   Sri Hargobindpur Amarpal Singh

   Fatehgarh Churian Balbir Singh Pannu

   Dera Baba Nanak Gurdeep Singh Randhawa

   Ajnala Kuldeep Singh Dhaliwal

Raja Sansi Baldev Singh Meadian

   Majitha Lalli Majithia 

   Jandiala (SC) Harbhajan Singh E.T.O

   Amritsar North Kunwar Vijay Pratap

   Amritsar West Dr Jasbir Singh

   Amritsar Central Ajay Gupta

   Amritsar East Jeevanjot Kaur

   Amritsar South Dr Inderbir Singh Nijjar

   Attari A.D.C. Jaswinder Singh 

   Tarn Taran Kashmir Singh Sohal

   Kheem Karan Sarwan Singh Dhun

   Patti Laljit Singh Bhullar

   Khadoor Sahib

   Baba Bakala Dalbir Singh Tong 

   Bholath Ranjit Singh Rana

   Kapurthala Manju Rana

   Sultanpur Lodhi Sajjan Singh Cheema

   Phagwara

   Phillaur Principal Prem Kumar 

   Nakodar Inderjit Kaur Maan

   Shahkot Rattan Singh Kakarkalan

   Kartarpur (SC) DCP Balkar Singh 

   Jalandhar West Sheetal Angural

   Jalandhar Central Raman Arora

   Jalandhar North Dinesh Dhall

   Jalandhar Cantt. Surinder Singh Sodhi

   Adampur

   Mukerian Guardian Singh Multani

   Dasuya Karamvir Singh Ghumman

   Urmar Tasvir Singh Raja Gill

   Sham Chaurasi (SC) Dr Ravjot Singh 

   Hoshiarpur Pandit Brahm Shankar Jimpa 

   Chabbewal Harminder Singh Sandhu

   Garhshankar Jai Kishan Roudi 

   Banga

   Nawan Shahr Lalit Mohan ‘Ballu’ Pathak

   Balachaur Santosh Kataria 

   Sri Anandpur Sahib Harjot Singh Bains 

   Rupnagar Dinesh Chadha

   Chamkaur Sahib Dr Charanjit Singh

Kharar Anmol Gagan Mann

SAS Nagar Kulwant Singh

Bassi Pathana

Fatehgarh Sahib Lakhbir Singh Rai

Amloh Gurinder Singh ‘Garry’ Birring

Khanna Tarunpreet Singh Send

Samrala Jagtar Singh

Sahnewal Hardeep Singh Mundian

Ludhiana East Daljit Singh ‘Bhola’ Grewal

Ludhiana South Rajinder Pal Kaur Chhina

Atam Nagar Kulwant Singh Sidhu

Ludhiana Central Ashok ‘Pappi’ Prashar

Ludhiana West

Ludhiana North Madan Lal Bagga

Gill (SC) Jawan Singh Sangowal

Payal (SC) Manwinder Singh Gyaspura

Dakha 

Raikot Hakam Singh Thekedar 

Jagraon Saravjit Kaur Manuke 

Nihal Singh Wala Manjeet Nihalpur

Bhagha Purana Amritpal Singh Sukhanand 

Moga Amandeep Kaur Arora

Dharamkot Devender Singh Laddi Dhos

Zira Naresh Kataria

Firozpur City 

Firozpur Rural Ashu Banger 

Guru Harsahai Fauza Singh Sarari

Jalalabad Jagdeep ‘Goldy’ Kamboj

Fazika Narinder Pal Singh Sawna 

Abohar Deep Kamboj

Balluana Amandeep Singh ‘Goldy’ Musafir 

Lambi Gurmeet Singh Khudian

Gidderbaha Preetpal Sharma

Malout Baljit Kaur

Sri Muktsar Sahib Jagdeep Singh ‘Kaka’ Brar

Fardikot Gurdit Singh Sekhon

Kotkapura Kultar Singh Sandhwan

Jaitu Amolak Singh

Rampura Phul Balkar Singh Sidhu

Bhucho Mandi Master Jagsir Singh 

Bathinda Urban Jagroop Singh Gill

Bathinda Rural Amit Rattan Kotfatta

Talwandi Sabo Baljinder Kaur 

Maur Sukhvir Maiser Khana

Mansa Dr Vijay Singla 

Sardulgarh Gurpreet Singh Banawali

Budhlada Principal Budhram

Lehra 

Dirba Harpal Singh Cheema

Sunam Aman Arora

Bhadaur (SC) Labh Singh Ugoke

Barnala Gurmeet Singh ‘Meet’ Hayer

Mehal Kalan Kulwant Pandori

Malerkotla Dr Mohd Zamil-Ur-Rehman

Amargarh Jaswant Singh Gajjanmajra

Dhuri

Sangrur Narinder Kaur Bharat

Nabha Gurdev Singh Dev Mann

Patiala Rural Dr Balbir Singh

Rajpura Neena Mittal

Dera Bassi Kuljit Singh Randhawa

Ghanaur Gurlal Ghanour

Sanour Harmeet Singh Pathanmajran

Patiala Dr Balveer Singh

Samana Chetan Singh Jormajra 

Shutrana Kulwant Singh Bazigar 

While the Punjab polls are expected to be a direct contest between the AAP and the Congress, the entry of new players have turned it into a multi-cornered contest.

Opinion polls suggest that the AAP has bolstered its position ahead of the assembly polls in Punjab and is likely to emerge as the single largest party. 

The BJP is set to bear the brunt of the farmers’ angst over the now-repealed farm laws as both the surveys have predicted two seats for the saffron party which has joined hands with Captain Amarinder Singh’s party. 

In 2017, the Congress had won the mandate in Punjab by bagging 77 seats while the AAP had won in 20 constituencies, becoming the main opposition party in the state. 

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