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Congress sweeps Punjab local body polls, wins 7 out of 8 municipal corporations

The ruling Congress led by Capt Amarinder Singh has reaffirmed its hold in most of the districts.

The results, ahead of the state Assembly polls, would serve as a booster for Capt Amarinder Singh who is aiming for another term in the 2022 Assembly elections.

It would be a signal for detractors of the Chief Minister.

The Congress has clear majority in the Pathankot, Hoshiarpur, Bathinda, Ropar and Batala municipal corporations.

Major embarrassments have been the losing of the election by the wife of Congress MLA Harjot Kamal and wife of BJP leader Tiksan sood from Hoshiarpur.

Results

Faridkot MC: Total wards: 25 

Cong: 16

SAD: 7

AAP: 1

Independent: 1

Faridkot (Kotkapura)

Cong: 21

SAD: 3

Independent: 5

Bathinda (Sangat MC): total wards: 9

Congress: 2

SAD: 7

Faridkot (Jaitu MC): total wards: 17

Congress : 7

Independent : 4

SAD: 3

AAP: 2

BJP: 1

Patiala: Nabha

Cong: 14

SAD: 6

Independent: 3

Nawanshahr: Total wards: 19

Congress: 11

Independent: 4

SAD: 3

BSP: 1

Nawanshahr (Banga MC): Total wards: 15 

AAP: 5

Congress: 5

SAD: 3

Independent: 1

BJP: 1

Bathinda

Congress: 43

SAD: 7

Muktsar: Total wards: 31

Congress: 17

SAD: 10

AAP: 2

BJP:  1

Independent: 1

Sangrur: (Longowal) total seats: 15

Congress: 9

Independent : 6

Sangrur: (Amargarh) total seats: 11

Congress: 5

SAD: 5

AAP: 1

Sangrur: (Bhawanigarh) total seats: 15

Congress: 13

SAD: 1

Independent: 1

Sangrur: Sunam

Congress: 19

Independent: 4

Gurdaspur: Congress wins all 29 wards

Jalandhar:  Phillaur (15 Municipal Council seats)

Congress: 11

BSP: 1

Independent: 3

No seat to BJP, SAD

Ropar (15 Morinda municipal council seats)

Independent: 8

Congress: 7

Ferozpur (Talwandi Bhai)

Ward No. 1:  Anu Bajaj, Congress

Ward No. 2:  Tarsem Singh, Congress

Ward No 3: Rupinder Kaur, Congress

Ward No. 4: Pritpal Singh, SAD

Ward No. 5: Kulwinder, Congress

Ward No. 6: Rupinder Singh, SAD

Ward No. 7: Amarjit Kaur, Congress

Ward No. 8: Narpreet Singh, AAP

Ward No. 9: Kulwinder Kaur, Congress

Ward No. 10: Jagdeep Singh, Congress

Ward No. 11: Rakesh Kumar, Congress

Ward No. 12: Arti Dhingra, Congress

Ward No. 13: Bhjan Singh, Congress

Ferozepur (Mamdot)

Ward no 1: Mandeep Kaur, Congress

Ward no 3: Sukhwinder Kaur, Congress

Ward no 4: Daljit Singh Bawa, Independent

Ward no 5: Anuradha Rani, Congress

Ward no 6: Surinder Kumar, SAD

Ward no 7: Alice, Congress

Ward no 8: Upinder Singh, Independent

Ward no 12: Balwinder Singh, SAD

Ward no 13: Baj Singh, Congress

Ferozepur

Ward no 1: Darshana, Congress

Ward no 2: Navjot Kaur, Congress

Ward no 3: Manjeet Kaur, Congress

Ward no 6:  Kapil Kumar, Congress

Ward no 7: Rachna Kumari, Congress

Ward no 8: Parvinder Kumar, Congress

Ward no 10: Rajesh Chanana, Congress

Ward no 11: Jagroop Kaur, Congress

Ferozepur (Mudki)

Ward No. 1: Lakhwinder Kaur, Congress

Ward No. 2: Avtar Singh, Congress

Ward No. 3: Happy Kaur, SAD

Ward No. 5: Praveen Kaur, SAD

Ward No. 6: Sewak Singh, SAD

Ward No. 7: Sarbjit Kaur, Congress

Ward No. 8: Davinder Kumar, SAD

Ward No. 9: Gurjit Kaur, SAD

Kartarpur MC

Ward no 1:  Balwinder Kaur, (Ind)

Ward no 2: Onkar Singh (Cong)

Ward no 3: Tejpal Singh (Ind)

Ward no 4: Jyoti Arora (Ind)

Ward no 5: Komal Agarwal (Ind)

Ward no 6: Prince Arora (Cong)

Ward no 7: Amarjit Kaur (Ind)

Ward no 8: Bal Mukund (Ind)

Ward no 9: Sunita Rani (Cong)

Ward no 10: Dimple Kapoor (Ind)

Ward no 11: Rajwinder Kaur (Uncontested Congress candidate)

Ward no 12: Sham Sunder Pal (Cong)

Ward no 13: Surinder Pal (Ind)

Ward no 14: Ashok Kumar (Cong)

Ward no 15: Manjinder Kaur (Ind)

Moga:  Total wards: 50

Congress: 20

SAD: 15

Independent: 10

AAP: 4

BJP: 1

Congress loses Moga MC elections

Jalandhar (Alawalpur)

Ward no 1. Rachna, Independent

Ward no 2: Krishna Devi, Independent

Ward no 3: Raj Rani, Independent

Ward no 4: Jasvir Kaur, SAD

Ward no 5: Neelam rani, Independent

Ward no 6: Mukadar Lal, Independent

Ward no 7: Kavita Rani, Independent

Ward no 8: Pankaj Sharma, Independent

Ward no 9: Naresh Kumar, Independent

Ward no 10: Madan Lal, Independent

Ward no 11: Brij Bhushan, Independent

Malout: Total wards 27

Congress: 14

SAD: 9

Independent: 4

Jalandhar : NP Lohian

Ward no 1: Swaran Kaur (Congress)

Ward no 2: Baldev Singh (Congress)

Ward no 3: Parminder Kaur, (Congress)

Ward no 4: Sukhwinder Nagi (Independent)

Ward no 5: Parveen Kumari (Independent)

Ward no 6: Jagjit Singh (Congress)

Ward no 7: Rani, (Congress)

Ward no 8: Gurjit Singh, (Congress)

Ward no 9: Balwinder Singh, (Congress)

Ward no 10: Gurbir Singh (Congress)

Ward no 11: Manjit Singh (Independent)

Ward no 12: Pardeep Kumar (Congress)

Ward no 13: Seema (Congress)

Jalandhar (Nurmahal)

Ward no 1. Babli, Independent

Ward no 2. Anil Kumar, Independent

Ward no 3. Deepak Kumar, Independent

Ward no 4. Jung Bahadur, Independent

Ward no 5. Mamta jaspal, BJP

Ward no 6. Balbir Chand Kauldhar, Independent

Ward no 7. Hardeep Kaur, Independent

Ward no 8. Nand Kishor, Independent

Ward no 9. Suman Kumari, Independent

Ward no 10. Rajiv Misra, Independent

Ward no 11. Suman Sekhri, Independent

Ward no 12. Krushna Devi Sandhu, Independent

Ward no 13: Walaiti Ram, Independent

Gidderbaha: Total wards 19

Cong: 18

Independent: 1

SAD boycotted election

Amritsar (Ajnala total wards: 15)

Cong-7

SAD-8

Amritsar (Rayya total wards: 13)

Cong: 12

SAD: 1

Amritsar (Jandiala total wards 15)

Cong: 10

SAD: 3

Independent: 2

Patiala: Result of all 31 seats of Rajpura MC declared

Congress: 27

BJP: 2

SAD:1

AAP: 1

Congress wins Amritsar Muncipal Corporation ward number 37 bypoll

Ramdas:

Congress: 8

SAD: 3

Ferozepur:

Congress wins ward No 1 to 13

Majitha: Total wards: 13

SAD: 10

Congress : 2

Independent -1

Nangal: Total wards 19

Congress : 15

BJP: 2

Independent: 2

Source: The TribuneCongress sweeps Punjab local body polls, wins 7 out of 8 municipal corporations

The ruling Congress won six municipal corporations and emerged as the largest party in the seventh, sweeping the urban body polls in Punjab on Wednesday.

The Congress won in Bathinda, Hoshiarpur, Kapurthala, Abohar, Batala and Pathankot, in the civic polls held against the backdrop of the farmers’ agitation.

Sri Anandpur Sahib: Independents win all 13 wards, AAP and Akali win none.

The counting for Mohali municipal corporation will take place on Thursday.

Punjab Congress chief Sunil Jakhar said people have rejected the “negative politics” of parties like the BJP, SAD and AAP.
In Moga, where no political party has scored a majority, the support of independent candidates could be crucial.
The Congress won 20 of the 50 municipal wards in Moga, the Shiromani Akali Dal 15, the Aam Aadmi Party 4, the Bharatiya Janata Party 1 and independents 10.
The Congress is also eyeing a win in the Assembly elections, which are just a year away.
Results

Results

Ludhiana (Khanna): Total seats: 33

Congress: 19

SAD: 6

AAP: 2

BJP: 2

Independent: 4

Ludhiana (Jagraon MC): Total seats: 23

Congress: 17

Independents: 5

SAD: 1

Jalandhar (Adampur): Total wards: 13

BSP: 1

Independent: 12

Jalandhar (Alawalpur): Total wards: 11

SAD: 1

Independent: 10

Ward no 1. Rachna, Independent

Ward no 2: Krishna Devi, Independent

Ward no 3: Raj Rani, Independent

Ward no 4: Jasvir Kaur, SAD

Ward no 5: Neelam rani, Independent

Ward no 6: Mukadar Lal, Independent

Ward no 7: Kavita Rani, Independent

Ward no 8: Pankaj Sharma, Independent

Ward no 9: Naresh Kumar, Independent

Ward no 10: Madan Lal, Independent

Ward no 11: Brij Bhushan, Independent

Jalandhar (Kartarpur): Total wards: 15

Cong: 6

Independent: 9

Jalandhar (Nakodar): Total wards: 17

Congress: 9

Independent: 8

Jalandhar (Nurmahal): Total wards 13

BJP: 1

Independent: 12

Ward no 1. Babli, Independent

Ward no 2. Anil Kumar, Independent

Ward no 3. Deepak Kumar, Independent

Ward no 4. Jung Bahadur, Independent

Ward no 5. Mamta jaspal, BJP

Ward no 6. Balbir Chand Kauldhar, Independent

Ward no 7. Hardeep Kaur, Independent

Ward no 8. Nand Kishor, Independent

Ward no 9. Suman Kumari, Independent

Ward no 10. Rajiv Misra, Independent

Ward no 11. Suman Sekhri, Independent

Ward no 12. Krushna Devi Sandhu, Independent

Ward no 13: Walaiti Ram, Independent

Jalandhar (Phillaur): Total seats: 15

Congress 11

BSP: 1

Independent: 3

Jalandhar (Lohian Khas): Total seats: 13

Congress: 10

Independent: 3

Ward no 1: Swaran Kaur (Congress)

Ward no 2: Baldev Singh (Congress)

Ward no 3: Parminder Kaur, (Congress)

Ward no 4: Sukhwinder Nagi (Independent)

Ward no 5: Parveen Kumari (Independent)

Ward no 6: Jagjit Singh (Congress)

Ward no 7: Rani, (Congress)

Ward no 8: Gurjit Singh, (Congress)

Ward no 9: Balwinder Singh, (Congress)

Ward no 10: Gurbir Singh (Congress)

Ward no 11: Manjit Singh (Independent)

Ward no 12: Pardeep Kumar (Congress)

Ward no 13: Seema (Congress)

Jalandhar (Mehatpur): Total seats: 13

Congress: 11

Independent: 2

Kapurthala: Total wards: 50

Cong: 45

SAD: 3

Independent: 2

Faridkot MC: Total wards: 25

Cong: 16

SAD: 7

AAP: 1

Independent: 1

Faridkot (Kotkapura)

Cong: 21

SAD: 3

Independent: 5

Bathinda (Sangat MC): total wards: 9

Congress: 2

SAD: 7

Faridkot (Jaitu MC): total wards: 17

Congress : 7

Independent : 4

SAD: 3

AAP: 2

BJP: 1

Patiala: Nabha

Cong: 14

SAD: 6

Independent: 3

Nawanshahr: Total wards: 19

Congress: 11

Independent: 4

SAD: 3

BSP: 1

Nawanshahr (Banga MC): Total wards: 15

AAP: 5

Congress: 5

SAD: 3

Independent: 1

BJP: 1

Bathinda

Congress: 43

SAD: 7

Muktsar: Total wards: 31

Congress: 17

SAD: 10

AAP: 2

BJP: 1

Independent: 1

Sangrur: (Longowal) total seats: 15

Congress: 9

Independent : 6

Sangrur: (Amargarh) total seats: 11

Congress: 5

SAD: 5

AAP: 1

Sangrur: (Bhawanigarh) total seats: 15

Congress: 13

SAD: 1

Independent: 1

Sangrur: Sunam

Congress: 19

Independent: 4

Gurdaspur: Congress wins all 29 wards

Ropar (15 Morinda municipal council seats)

Independent: 8

Congress: 7

Ferozpur (Talwandi Bhai)

Ward No. 1: Anu Bajaj, Congress

Ward No. 2: Tarsem Singh, Congress

Ward No 3: Rupinder Kaur, Congress

Ward No. 4: Pritpal Singh, SAD

Ward No. 5: Kulwinder, Congress

Ward No. 6: Rupinder Singh, SAD

Ward No. 7: Amarjit Kaur, Congress

Ward No. 8: Narpreet Singh, AAP

Ward No. 9: Kulwinder Kaur, Congress

Ward No. 10: Jagdeep Singh, Congress

Ward No. 11: Rakesh Kumar, Congress

Ward No. 12: Arti Dhingra, Congress

Ward No. 13: Bhjan Singh, Congress

Ferozepur (Mamdot)

Ward no 1: Mandeep Kaur, Congress

Ward no 3: Sukhwinder Kaur, Congress

Ward no 4: Daljit Singh Bawa, Independent

Ward no 5: Anuradha Rani, Congress

Ward no 6: Surinder Kumar, SAD

Ward no 7: Alice, Congress

Ward no 8: Upinder Singh, Independent

Ward no 12: Balwinder Singh, SAD

Ward no 13: Baj Singh, Congress

Ferozepur

Ward no 1: Darshana, Congress

Ward no 2: Navjot Kaur, Congress

Ward no 3: Manjeet Kaur, Congress

Ward no 6: Kapil Kumar, Congress

Ward no 7: Rachna Kumari, Congress

Ward no 8: Parvinder Kumar, Congress

Ward no 10: Rajesh Chanana, Congress

Ward no 11: Jagroop Kaur, Congress

Ferozepur (Mudki)

Ward No. 1: Lakhwinder Kaur, Congress

Ward No. 2: Avtar Singh, Congress

Ward No. 3: Happy Kaur, SAD

Ward No. 5: Praveen Kaur, SAD

Ward No. 6: Sewak Singh, SAD

Ward No. 7: Sarbjit Kaur, Congress

Ward No. 8: Davinder Kumar, SAD

Ward No. 9: Gurjit Kaur, SAD

Kartarpur MC

Ward no 1: Balwinder Kaur, (Ind)

Ward no 2: Onkar Singh (Cong)

Ward no 3: Tejpal Singh (Ind)

Ward no 4: Jyoti Arora (Ind)

Ward no 5: Komal Agarwal (Ind)

Ward no 6: Prince Arora (Cong)

Ward no 7: Amarjit Kaur (Ind)

Ward no 8: Bal Mukund (Ind)

Ward no 9: Sunita Rani (Cong)

Ward no 10: Dimple Kapoor (Ind)

Ward no 11: Rajwinder Kaur (Uncontested Congress candidate)

Ward no 12: Sham Sunder Pal (Cong)

Ward no 13: Surinder Pal (Ind)

Ward no 14: Ashok Kumar (Cong)

Ward no 15: Manjinder Kaur (Ind)

Ferozepur

Ward No. 1: Darshana

Ward No. 2: Navjot Kaur

Ward No 3 Manjeet Kaur

Ward No. 4 Bohar Singh

Ward No. 5 Mandeep Kaur

Ward No. 6 Kapil Kumar

Ward No. 7 Rachna Kumari

Ward No. 8 Parvinder Kumar

Ward No. 9 Prem Rani Sharma

Ward No. 10 Rajesh Chanana

Ward No. 11 Jagroop Kaur

Ward No. 12 Ashok Sachdeva

Ward No. 13 Sukhwinder Kaur

Ward No. 14 Kashmir Singh

Ward No. 15 Pooja Rani

Ward No. 16 Rippi Bhatti

Ward No. 17 Praveen

Ward No 18 Dinesh Kumar

Ward No. 19 Satwant Kaur

Ward No. 20 Aaqib Akhtar

Ward No. 21 Mamta Rani

Ward No. 22 Rishi Sharma

Ward No. 23 Sakshi Khurana

Ward No. 24 Parminder Singh

Ward No. 25 Asha

Ward No. 26 Rohit Grover

Ward No. 27 Yamni Sharma

Ward No. 28 Michele Gachli

Ward No. 29 Shivani

Ward No. 30 Amarjit Kaur

Ward No. 31 Surjit Singh

Ward No. 32 Kamal Kumar

Ward No. 33 Rajinder Kumar

Moga: Total wards: 50

Congress: 20

SAD: 15

Independent: 10

AAP: 4

BJP: 1

Congress loses Moga MC elections

Malout: Total wards 27

Congress: 14

SAD: 9

Independent: 4

Gidderbaha: Total wards 19

Cong: 18

Independent: 1

SAD boycotted election

Amritsar (Ajnala total wards: 15)

Cong-7

SAD-8

Amritsar (Rayya total wards: 13)

Cong: 12

SAD: 1

Amritsar (Jandiala total wards 15)

Cong: 10

SAD: 3

Independent: 2

Patiala: Result of all 31 seats of Rajpura MC declared

Congress: 27

BJP: 2

SAD:1

AAP: 1

Congress wins Amritsar Muncipal Corporation ward number 37 bypoll

Ramdas:

Congress: 8

SAD: 3

Ferozepur:

Congress wins ward No 1 to 13

Majitha: Total wards: 13

SAD: 10

Congress : 2

Independent -1

Nangal: Total wards 19

Congress : 15

BJP: 2

Independent: 2

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