Punjab Assembly surveys: Denied ticket by Congress, Moga MLA Harjot Kamal signs up with BJP



CHANDIGARH: After the Congress refuted ticket to him for the upcoming Punjab setting up surveys, Moga MLA Harjot Kamal on Saturday signed up with the BJP below in the existence of its elderly management, consisting of Union minister Gajendra Singh Shekhawat.

The Congress on Saturday launched its initial listing of 86 prospects for the February 14 state setting up surveys, declining tickets to 4 resting lawmakers, consisting of Kamal.

The ruling party offered a ticket to Malvika Sood Sachar, the sis of actor-philanthropist Sonu Sood, from the Moga setting up seat.

“I joined the BJP today,” Kamal stated and also said thanks to the party management, consisting of head of state J P Nadda and also Shekhawat.

Noting that he helped the Congress for 21 years, the resting Moga lawmaker examined the Congress’s selection of overlooking him and also offering Sood the ticket.

“What are her qualifications? She is just Sonu Sood’s sister,” Kamal stated while slamming Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi and also state Congress principal Navjot Singh Sidhu.

He stated it was “below the dignity” of their placements to bring Malvika Sood right into the party layer.

She had actually signed up with the Congress on January 10.

Kamal had actually endangered to combat from Moga as an independent if he was not provided the ticket, in spite of Channi appealing stated that he would certainly be accordingly changed.

Voting for Punjab’s 117 setting up seats will certainly be hung on February 14 and also the checking of ballots will certainly happen on March 10.