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Monday, 8 February 2021

Mohali MC poll: Shot in arm for Congress

Tribune News Service

Mohali, January 7

The Congress today received a shot in the arm after the Aggarwal Samaj, Mohali, announced its support to the party candidates in all 50 wards for the Mohali MC elections to be held on February 14. A decision to this effect was taken during a meeting held by the Aggarwal Community at Phase 2 here.


Aggarwal Samaj

The Mohali Congress has been working tirelessly to ensure benefits for the poor and the underprivileged.


"The Mohali Congress, led by Punjab Health Minister and local sitting MLA Balbir Sidhu, has been working tirelessly to ensure benefits for the poor and underprivileged," said members of the Aggarwal Samaj.

"We are keen on ensuring thumping win for the Congress in the forthcoming elections so that the party, under the guidance of Balbir Sidhu, continues to accelerate the pace of development in the city," they said.

Meanwhile, intensifying campaign for the Congress, Punjab Health Minister and sitting MLA Balbir Sidhu today addressed over 25 election meetings in support of party candidates, including Rishab Jain, Raj Rani Jain, Kulwant Singh Kaler, Vineet Malik, Prabhjot Kaur Sidhu, Baljit Kaur and Ravinder Singh.

Addressing the gathering, Balbir Sidhu lambasted former Mohali Mayor Kulwant Singh for switching loyalties for vested interests. He said after seeing no future for the SAD in the MC elections due to the ongoing farmers' protest, Kulwant parted ways with the Akali Dal and formed the Azad Group to contest the elections.

This time, people of Mohali would teach him a lesson for putting personal interest first. People had already made up their mind to ensure win for the Congress in the elections as it was the only party in Mohali that was putting up a united face in the elections, Sidhu said.

from The Tribune

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