Gearing up for the forthcoming Sangrur bypoll, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) Punjab in-charge Jarnail Singh on Wednesday held a meeting with the MLAs and local party workers to chalk out strategies here in Sangrur.A stronghold of AAP, incumbent Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, had won from Sangrur parliamentary seat in 2014 and 2019.
This seat fell vacant after Mann, resigned as MP following his triumph from the Dhuri constituency in the state assembly elections.Addressing the workers here, Jarnail Singh said that following the crushing defeat of Congress and SAD-BJP in the Punjab Assembly Elections as AAP bagged 92 seats, workers are confident that they will conquer the Sangrur seat once again.
He further said that after the formation of the AAP government in the Punjab, CM Mann-led government has taken many pro-people initiatives for the welfare of Punjab and Punjabis.Asking AAP workers to work diligently to ensure the victory of Gurmail Singh, Punjab-incharge said that he is confident that AAP will again win this MP seat with a thumping.
Meanwhile, Gurmail Singh, a well-educated candidate, said that he would carry forward the mission of CM Bhagwant Mann and will work painstakingly for welfare of Sangrur residents, after wining this seat.Praising Gurmail's working style, Jarnail said that party has shown confidence in him as he is connected to his roots and has been working diligently for welfare of Sangrur residents for past many years.
Gurmail is a post-graduate in maths and has also done MBA. Before entering the politics as full time politician, he was a teacher and taught children at various schools till 2018.Punjab in-charge said that Gurmail became circle chief of Bhawanigarh block in 2015.
He, later elected as Sarpanch of Gharachon village in 2018 and AAP had appointed him district president of Sangrur district in 2021.Those present in the meeting include Sangrur by-poll candidate Gurmail Singh, MLAs Labh Singh Ugoke, Narinder Kaur Bharaj, Aman Arora, Barinder Kumar Goyal, Harchand Singh Barsat, Mohammad Jamil Ur Rehman and other office-bearers.